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SEPRA Quarterly Webinar: Disruptive Physician Behavior – How to alleviate it. How to treat it.
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When: 03/10/2016
12:00 PM
Where: Webinar
United States
Presenter: Iris Grimm

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Time: 10:00 a.m. PT / Noon CT / 1:00 pm ET

Date: 3/10/2016

Presenter: Iris Grimm,

Cost: Members/Free
1.5 hours CE credit

Program Overview

Disruptive physician behavior is a common problem in healthcare organizations that costs millions of dollars each year. A survey by the American College of Physician Executives revealed that about 95 percent of physicians who manage hospitals, group practices and clinics said they have to deal with such disruptive physician behavior on a regular basis. Fortunately, a lot of it can be prevented or alleviated with the right approach, tools, and awareness. In this webinar learn the 3 sources of disruptive behavior and 5 solutions that you can apply with physicians to support them in their role and minimize damage to the organization. 

During this educational program, you will learn and discuss: 

  1. The “coach” perspective of working with physicians who have been labeled disruptive
  2. Three sources of disruptive behavior
  3. Five solutions to support physicians to alleviate (or treat) disruptive behavior  

Speaker Bio

Iris Grimm

Iris Grimm is founder of From on-boarding and physician leadership to work-life balance and emotional intelligence, the Balanced Physician programs focus on the personal and professional development of physicians and their relationship with staff, peers and patients. For over nine years, Iris has successfully coached hundreds of physicians working within all specialties in both hospitals and smaller medical practices.

Iris's advice has appeared in numerous publications including The Hospitalists, Atlanta Hospital News, American Medical News and their accompanying national XM radio broadcast. She is also one of the leading contributors of "Adventures in Medicine: The Resident's Guide to Life and Practice".

You can read more information about Iris and her programs at and you find case studies at


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