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In the last decade, expectations of surgical care have become increasingly high. Patients expect greater transparency and patient satisfaction, as well as fewer mistakes. However, there is still a great deal of iatrogenic harm associated with surgery performed in operating theaters. Some studies have reported that unintentional adverse events can amount to as much as 11% of all operations performed in hospitals across the UK. The US Institute of Medicine estimates that between 44,000 and 98,000 deaths are caused by complications during surgery each year.

Changing demographics of medical school graduates have changed the role of the surgical department. Compared to the 1979-1980, the number of women graduates in US medical schools increased from 23.1% to 45.3%. Additionally, the percentage of white medical school graduates has decreased, with 85% of all graduates being white. Furthermore, the number of people of Asian origin has risen from 2% to 21%, while the number of Hispanic and African American graduates has increased from 5% to 6%.

The academic surgical environment has dramatically changed in the past 30 years. The rise of managed care, third-party payment systems, and the decline of Medicare reimbursements have increased the workload and administrative burden on surgeons. Regulatory requirements, such as HIPAA, have also led to an increasing emphasis on documentation and outcome-reporting, making it more difficult to focus on teaching medical students and conducting research. Despite these challenges, it is possible to design an optimal surgical department that meets these needs.

The advantages of teamwork have been studied. A systematic review of 18 articles found that a surgical department chair's leadership style was significantly related to the quality of care. In addition, a strong leadership style is not necessary for a good surgical team. A strong team is essential for the successful operation of the department. The surgeons in the surgery department need to learn how to balance the demands of being a leader and a member of the hospital's administrative staff.

While there is no direct correlation between the differences in leadership styles and quality of care in surgical departments, the benefits of teamwork are clear. As a team, members of the surgical team will often be more efficient than their individual colleagues, but they will benefit from greater team cohesion. This means that each individual's unique qualities may benefit the other, but it's important to remember that each style has its advantages and disadvantages. If you're a surgeon, you can choose to lead by focusing on the common goals of the surgical department.

In a typical surgical department, the surgeon cannot perform their daily tasks alone. The team must be coordinated. Each member should be aware of the other's strengths and weaknesses. This is crucial for the success of the operation. Besides, it's important to have the right team dynamics to improve the quality of patient care. A good surgical team has the ability to work effectively as a unit. For example, the surgeon must be able to communicate with the other members and coordinate their work.

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