Ride along with Mark as he discusses the fact that, unlike deciduous trees, some hospitals won't be springing back to life next year.
Politicians legislate to correct a problem (and then bask in the glory of having taken action) but never truly consider what problems they create when they enacted the legislation.
Why are physicians working much harder for less money? Why is it proper that there are so many regulatory burdens interfering with physicians' abilities to own and refer to facilities?
oints. They’ve also figured out that some are willing to travel in a slightly different style. And yes, there's an analogy here to healthcare.
Letting each partner write his or her terms of partnership is not a long-term strategy for success, it’s a short-term strategy for failure.
Consider the value of thinking several moves ahead.
As the law’s developed over time, it now impacts a wide range of equally unscrupulous behavior in a wide range of government contracting, including the filing of fictitious and overstated claims for health care services under federal health care programs.