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William T. Choctaw - Author

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Books by William T. Choctaw

Transforming the Patient Experience A New Paradigm for Hospital and Physician Leadership

Transforming the Patient Experience A New Paradigm for Hospital and Physician Leadership

Author: William T. Choctaw Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 03/11/2015

This book provides an organizational model of the common ground needed to improve patient care and adapt to today's healthcare environment. The relationship between a hospital CEO and a general surgeon and how they aligned, motivated and partnered with physicians to change the culture of a hospital and implement patient oriented systems is the essential element of this text. Sustainable transformation processes will also be presented for the various roles and contributions of the healthcare team. Written from a team perspective, Transforming the Patient Experience is a practical guide for healthcare team members and leaders to follow.

Avoiding Medical Malpractice A Physician's Guide to the Law

Avoiding Medical Malpractice A Physician's Guide to the Law

Author: William T. Choctaw Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 11/04/2008

Written by an MD/JD, this book offers a unique perspective on medical-legal issues surrounding daily clinical practice. It covers all the essentials and tells the inside secrets of how to avoid cases that cost the medical community millions each year. Readers will learn basic law and the ways laws are interpreted. In addition, the book focuses on the law-medicine-politics triangle and its effect on physicians, the impact of - and issues related to - diversity in medical malpractice, and other essential topics. Physicians who better understand malpractice laws are better clinical decision makers who feel more confident in their ability as doctors.