Dr. Richard Winters is a professional and executive coach for healthcare leaders and a practicing physician at Mayo Clinic.
Finance Chair, Emergency Medicine (current role) | Mayo Clinic Rochester and Mayo Clinic Health System Midwest Region
CEO/President of IPA | built IPA from 0 to 450 physician members
President of the Medical Staff | 800 Physicians in a tertiary care hospital
CEO of PHO | PHO partnership between IPA and 436-bed hospital
Managing Partner | Democratic group of 31 ED physicians & midlevels, 50 scribes
Chair of Emergency Medicine | 75K patient visits per year
Emergency physician in academic practice at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. Previously, practiced for 18 years in a democratic emergency medicine partnership at a high volume tertiary community hospital California.
Principal investigator for a randomized controlled trial testing the efficacy of professional coaching on academic physician faculty goal attainment, psychological well-being, burnout, and leadership effectiveness.
The overall hypothesis of our research, the Physicians CHECK PAGERS trial, is that physician coaching helps expand cognitive complexity, and technical knowledge, in addition to improving psychological well-being as measured across the domains of purpose, autonomy, personal growth, environmental mastery, positive relationships, and self-acceptance. We aim to test the efficacy of one-to-one coaching, group coaching, peer coaching, and self coaching.
Mayo Medical School
UCSF-Fresno | Emergency Medicine Residency
University of Texas at Dallas | Healthcare Management Executive MBA
University of Texas at Dallas | Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching
Richard speaks at healthcare organizations throughout the country about healthcare leadership, coaching, and provider well-being.