Coaching, at its most basic, can be used to provide people with the necessary skills to foster growth and improve performance. When it comes to health care professionals, it’s no different.

According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, an official resource developed by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, studies show that coaching can lead to better patient care. While it’s true that coaching empowers clinicians to be their best in the exam room, enriching connections with patients can also have a profound effect on improving their well-being.

Last July, the American Medical Group Association (AMGA) hosted a virtual roundtable with Dr. Stephen Beeson from the Clinician Experience Project at Practicing Excellence and Dr. Thomas Rehring, vascular surgeon and chief experience officer for the Colorado Permanente Group (CPMG), to talk about CPMG’s decision, approach, and performance outcomes for coaching 1,200 physicians synchronously.

To view the full virtual roundtable, please click here: Virtual Roundtable | How CPMG Coached 1,200 Physicians (Hosted by AMGA)

For a comprehensive summary, click here: How to Scale Clinician Coaching Across a Medical Group: How Colorado Permanente Group Coached 1,200 Physicians