What’s a relationship worth to your business, whether your business is a medical practice or a healthcare facility such as an ASC or an imaging center?
Call them mental models, call them viewpoints, the point is the same: the box in which we conceive of what’s possible serves as an artificial barrier that confines our thinking.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses Tenet’s announced impending settlement of a whistleblower lawsuit involving company model allegations.
Mark discusses the fact that trends, even those that seem modern, such as home delivery of fully prepared meals, are simply history repeating itself or, at least, rhyming. Understanding this facilitates your exploitation of trends in healthcare.
Have you considered the impact of contingency fee thinking on your business?
Tenet Healthcare Corporation’s most recent quarterly report (for the period ended 9/30/19) indicates that it's reached an agreement in principle with the United States Department of Justice to settle a whistleblower suit involving, among other serious allegations, that it participated in a so-called "company model of anesthesia services" scheme.
We were talking about the people that we had separately observed at concerts who, instead of actually watching the concert, were filming the concert on their phones. In essence, they weren’t watching the concert live, they were watching a video screen of the concert.
When things begin to go awry between hospitals and contracted medical groups, these are the sort of complaints that hospitals levy.