Craig Rhyne, M.D., Chief Medical Officer

July 21, 2017

In an era when many physicians are moving from full-time clinical practice of either part-time or full-time administrative duties, it is imperative that they have some form of coaching to make that transition seamlessly. While most physicians feel that they have an adequate amount of training to fulfill an administrative role, it quickly becomes apparent that there are simply portions of the job that we never learned in medical school, residency, or clinical practice. To become an effective administrator, physicians need to go on a steep learning curve to master the skills that will make them successful in their new endeavors. Ashley Wendel with High Agility Healthcare, CPL has made me a much more successful physician executive by dramatically shortening the time in which I was able to master these new skills.