NEW! - CSPL Fall Online Workshop


Special member pricing


Achieving Quality Results: A LEADS Approach




When? Tuesday,  October 17 / 5-8 PM ET


How much? $125 members / $225 non-members / $25 medical students and residents




This seminar will utilize the LEADS approach to focus on achieving results for high quality outcomes in all aspects of healthcare. LEADS is a framework that has many dimensions that collectively support health leadership and leadership development. While LEADS starts with Leading self and Engaging others, through Achieving results, successful leaders will be able to elevate the other two tenets of Developing coalitions and ultimately Systems transformation. This seminar will focus predominantly on Achieve results through the applications of quality improvement. With over 20 years of experience as a clinician,  academic administrator and quality improvement expert, Dr. Moffatt-Bruce will share the current state of healthcare dynamics, elevate the steps needed to achieve results and engage the audience through examples and scenarios from clinical experience.



Successful completion of this seminar will enable the participant to:


  • Gain a deeper understanding of the Achieve Results domain of the LEADS framework.
  • Learn techniques to ensure better achievement of results and improve quality outcomes in their own environment.
  • Understand how to integrate LEADS into current quality improvement work.




Dr. Susan D. Moffatt-Bruce, MD, FRCSC, PhD, MBA, MBOE, FACS



Susan joined Beth Israel Lahey Health as the President of Lahey Hospital and Medical Center on March 1, 2023. Previously she was the Chief Executive Officer of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and Royal College International. She is an academic leader with a passion for value-driven care who is committed to developing standards in healthcare.


Prior to the Royal College, Dr. Moffatt-Bruce served as executive director at The Ohio State University (OSU) Wexner Medical Center University Hospital. As the OSU Wexner Medical Center’s inaugural chief quality and patient safety officer, she led data analysis, transparent reporting of outcomes and process improvement for a seven-hospital academic medical center. Dr. Moffatt-Bruce and her team were celebrated for their success in developing and implementing a learning healthcare system across the patient care continuum.