Despite many attempts to pretend it’s so, healthcare is not a production line either for patients or for employed or subcontracted physicians.
Ride along as Mark discusses how you can avoid the penalties of mischaracterizing employees as independent contractors.
What happens when one of the members of your group who is assigned to work at different sites, acts out on his or her bias against working at a particular location, perhaps by showing up late, or by making untoward comments to the staff, or by engaging in some other type of disruptive behavior?
As much actual tension as there is between physician groups and ACOs, they share a common weakness. From the smallest multi-provider group to the largest “alignment” entities, their real value isn’t in leases, equipment, or payor contracts, it’s in the knowledge, skills and experience of their professional employees – specifically, their physicians. That value walks […]