Tampa, FL (March 12, 2019)– CTI announced today that its CEO, Mo Kasti, has been selected to facilitate a physician engagement workshop at the American Medical Group Association’s (AMGA) Annual Conference. The workshop will use design thinking principles to help participants take charge of their future and define their careers. The conference will be held at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland on March 27-30, 2019.
Physician engagement and burnout has been identified as a major initiative for healthcare organizations and hospital systems across the United States. Physician engagement can result in enhanced patient care, decreased medical costs, increased efficiency, and improved patient satisfaction. In fact, a recent poll by Gallup found physicians who are actively engaged are 26 percent more productive than those who are not. The same poll correlated this productivity to an average increase of $460,000 in annual patient revenue per physician.
Mo Kasti is a distinguished author, thinker, speaker, strategy advisor and family man. His passion centers around helping executives and clinical leaders elevate their thinking in times of transformation and capitalize on emerging growth opportunities. When terrains are shifting, and outcomes are uncertain, Mo is uniquely equipped to help leaders think outside the box. Mo is the Chief Executive Officer of CTI and the author of two books – Physician Leadership, The RX For Healthcare Transformation and Beyond Physician Engagement: A Roadmap to Partner with Physicians to be ALL IN!,
“I am honored to be asked to participate in AMGA’s Annual Conference,” said Mo Kasti, President and CEO of CTI. “The organization shares my vision of helping leaders in the medial industry to deliver the next level of high-performance healthcare.”