Last week (November 20, 2018), I mentioned the increase in the physician dissatisfaction index, which now tops out at 3.95 out of a possible 5. See my Success in Motion video, Physician Misery Index Jumps Up Due To Dissatisfaction.
I’m writing this on a Saturday, a couple of days before publication. I’m about to head off to meet with a futurist to brainstorm some ideas.
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Selling a healthcare facility or a medical practice isn’t like selling a gold coin. Gold has a fixed market value and it trades on its weight in troy ounces.
You may have seen their websites: Anesthesia “practice management companies” that advertise “no stipends!” to obtain facility contracts.
Would any payor pay a physician or medical group more than Medicare plus 25% if they didn’t have to?
How many times and for how long do you think a Broadway actor prepares for his first performance, or even for subsequent performances? How many months are they in rehearsal?
You can’t build a bigger future for your medical group’s business if all you do is play is defense. You have to play offense, too: you must take affirmative steps to grow your business. But just the same, the failure to play defense can be fatal.
In what might seem to some like ancient history and to others as a clarion call, in June 2010, New York City’s approximately 400 bed, 160 year old St. Vincent hospital, the last Roman Catholic general hospital in the city, closed its doors for the last time.