In Moscow on April 6-7 summit “Management in radiology” (MIR-2018) – the brightest educational event, which has become a permanent platform for cooperation of heads of medical organizations from 26 regions of Russia. Almost 400 participants, a full house of listeners, 7 co-organizers, media partners 10 – all proof of success and of correct identification of key issues for discussion.
Fifth summit of MIR – one of the key events of Russian medicine and public health, presented a varied and practical programme for leaders of radiodiagnosis, representatives of public and private sector, entrepreneurs and leaders of medical centers, by building it in accordance with the PDCA cycle (plan-do-check-act). Each of the four sessions was devoted to one of the stages: planning, implementation, control and action, a necessary component of effective work of the office.
“The key to the success of a modern Manager – the constant willingness to change. The most successful leaders are constantly learning act as mentors for employees, information opened, make decisions based on objective information, motivate the team to success. The rational basis of decision-making, combined with the empathy and communication skills, and draws a portrait of the head of the medicine of the future”, commented that the summit was a Director of the scientific medical radiology, chief expert in radiation and instrumental diagnostics of the Central Federal district of the Russian Federation, the Chairman of MRO ROR, President of the European society EUSOMII Sergey Morozov.
The theme of the summit, MIR-2018 – management of diagnostics in the era of Big Data and generation Y – direction discussions. The use of big data to make management decisions and improve the quality of diagnostics, the formation of a team of young professionals and experts management of change of current practices, creation of new centers for diagnosis, motivation for success – these and other questions sounded like in the six halls of the summit and online chats, and informal discussions during the breaks.
Among the issues which caused the greatest interest of the participants, was the formation of a payment to radiographers, sources of financing learning in continuing medical education, legislative regulation of the industry, models of management of medical networks. Lecturers and mentors discussed the algorithms of start-UPS in the field of radiological diagnostics, and artificial intelligence to analyze the images, a set of skills that differentiate effective managers of diagnostic departments and the key performance indicators of doctors in particular and branches in General. Participants exchanged best practices, lifehacks, tips, and ideas on the organization of work of branches, soaking up knowledge and learning from the experience of colleagues and mentors.