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CTI is proud to announce the establishment of two annual awards for outstanding leadership. Our Physician Leader Award will recognize an individual physician who demonstrates outstanding leadership and accomplishment. Our Healthcare Provider Organization Leadership Award will recognize an institution that demonstrates outstanding commitment and demonstrated action in the area of clinical leadership development.

Awards will be announced and recipients honored at our Leadership Conference in early 2017.

Details on eligibility, nomination process, deadlines, and links to nomination forms  are available below or you can download:

Physician Leader Award Criteria
Healthcare Provider Organization Leadership Award Criteria

Physician Leader Award

Deadline: March 27, 2017

Open to: All physicians currently practicing and/or serving in a leadership role within a healthcare industry organization.

Nominations accepted from: Subordinates, colleagues, manager or employer, industry peers.

Nominees must have demonstrated: Outstanding leadership and accomplishment in one or more of the following areas during the last year:

  • Quality of care or patient safety
  • Cultural shift
  • Integrated care or collaboration
  • Leading significant change or innovation
  • Productivity improvement or cost reduction

Nominations will be submitted in the form of: essay describing the leader and what he or she has accomplished, including which leadership qualities the nominee displays and in what ways:

  • Leading Self
    • Exhibits integrity, models values, sets example of excellence
    • Adapts quickly to change, flexible, open to new ideas
    • Comfortable with emotion, self aware, maintains composure
    • Contagious enthusiasm
    • Optimistic, can-do attitude
  • Leading People
    • Motivating and inspiring others
    • Relates well; shows consideration and empathy
    • Dependable, treats others with respect, instills trust
    • Expresses ideas clearly, listens well, keeps others informed
    • Good coach, provides helpful feedback, shows appreciation
    • Team player, collaborates with other teams and departments
    • Seeks win-win solutions, open to feedback
  • Leading with Strategy
    • Focused on customer needs, responds to customer problems
    • Works to improve quality and processes, eliminates waste
    • Holds others accountable, avoid procrastination, sense of urgency
    • Plans and leads productive meetings, manages time effectively
  • Leading for Results
    • Standards of excellence
    • Acts as an owner, understands business trends and finances
    • Develops and communicates vision, sets goals and priorities
    • Big picture perspective, presents united vision
    • Change catalyst, builds stakeholder support for change
    • Makes evidence-based decisions, does not delay decision

Please fill out this form to nominate a Physician Leader Award candidate.


Healthcare Provider Organization Leadership Award

Deadline: March 27, 2017

Open to: Health systems, hospitals, physician group practices, managed care organizations, ambulatory, surgical, and urgent care clinics.

Nominations accepted from: Board members, executives and administrators, HR leaders, physicians, allied medical professionals, and staff members of nominated organizations and/or healthcare industry colleagues, analysts, consultants, or media.

Nominees must have demonstrated: Outstanding commitment and demonstrated action in the area of leadership development for clinical leaders, physicians, and/or other licensed medical staff (i.e. physician assistants, nurses, pharmacists) through one or more of the following:

  • Dyad leadership development focused on collaboration between administrators and physicians or other licensed medical staff
  • Physician engagement and leadership development
  • Medical Executive Committee and Chief Medical Officer leadership development

Nominations will be submitted in the form of: essay describing the institutions’ leadership/engagement programs and results achieved in one or more of the following areas:

  • Quality of care or patient safety
  • Cultural shift
  • Integrated care or collaboration
  • Leading significant change or innovation
  • Productivity improvement or cost reduction

Leadership/engagement initiatives should be described in detail, including:

  • Motivation to formally develop leaders
  • Executive sponsors/Program champions
  • Type of training and development employed
    • Internal or external
    • Live or remote
    • Duration
    • Method(s) (classroom/lecture, coaching or mentoring, self-study, etc.)
  • Results
    • Individual skill improvement
    • Engagement levels
    • Cultural, clinical, operational impact

Please fill out this form to nominate an organization for the Healthcare Provider Organization Leadership Award.