The primary mission of The Leadership Institute is to enhance the capacity of senior leadership teams from provider-sponsored care delivery systems to govern and to manage. A critical role of the Institute is to facilitate the development of true partnerships among physicians and hospitals as their care systems and related technologies evolve. Roundtable methodologies provide a foundation for reasoned analysis that can help generate improved judgment and broadened points of view for care delivery leaders as they plan and implement innovations in health care delivery.
By facilitating the exchange and exploration of different perspectives, information, and experiences related to common issues and problems of care delivery systems, The Leadership Institute can provide a strategic, deliberative process leading to innovative actions. These actions and efforts are timely, and coincide with present and future requirements of care delivery systems as they forge new frontiers in health care delivery.
The Leadership Institute is intended to provide members with added value and competitive advantage, including value to their communities. Fellow Institute members share a compatibility of purpose, values, behaviors and functionality with each other which include:
- Grounded in a not-for-profit historic context
- Committed to collaborative, values-based decision-making and planning
By bringing together senior management and physician leadership to explore, reflect, and assess the challenges facing their care delivery organizations, The Leadership Institute offers a unique and ongoing opportunity to its members to focus on issues collectively rather than in isolation. As innovations in the provision of health care delivery are planned and implemented by Institute members, members will benefit from the open and frank exchange of ideas and knowledge of their fellow members in similar key decision-making roles.