Improve the patient experience and drive consumer loyalty
Build teams to advance safety, reliability, and transitions of care
Develop leaders who engage teams and facilitate impactful change
We’re dedicated to helping all clinicians thrive and driving successful outcomes by providing an app-based video micro-learning platform that delivers progressive skill-building programs to enhance the patient experience, fuel team collaboration, and develop clinical leadership.
The Clinician Experience Project by Practicing Excellence was founded by Dr. Stephen Beeson in 2013 and now comprises over 50 health systems and 20,000 clinicians.
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Connect better with patients. Improve team collaboration.
Lead in a way that inspires change.
Faculty & Speaking
Our community of specialized faculty members drives our physician-designed content that helps to coach clinicians, engage teams, and develop leaders. Learn about their diverse experience and how each faculty member represents and contributes to the Clinician Experience Project.
Blog & News
Virtual Roundtable – Recorded: How Colorado Permanente Medical Group Coached 1,200 Physicians (Hosted by AMGA)
In this session, Dr. Stephen Beeson from Practicing Excellence speaks with Dr. Tom Rehring, vascular surgeon and Chief Experience Officer for Colorado Permanente Medical Group (CPMG). Together they will explore CPMG's decision, approach, and...
Engaging physicians in organizational priorities is challenging under the best of circumstances. Current conditions have made a successful engagement approach even more difficult.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, there was already a rise in telehealth use by 15 to 20 percent per year. Now systems across the nation are sprinting to virtual care. . .
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