I’ve yet to see a driverless car, but I bet that it’s headed to the funeral of some hospital.
In a recent set of go-rounds with the Department of Justice, the so-called company model of anesthesia services took a major hit: Jonathan Daitch, M.D., just agreed to a $1.718 million civil settlement and Michael Frey, M.D.,
Compounding pharmaceuticals, specific drugs for specific patients, offers tremendous benefit. The problems arise when the benefit is for the prescribing physician.
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.
Have you considered the impact of contingency fee thinking on your business?
When things begin to go awry between hospitals and contracted medical groups, these are the sort of complaints that hospitals levy.
The is no real security in depending upon a pseudo-parent employer.
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.
What does China’s foreign policy have to do with hospital financial support? More than you’d think.
Sure, you can buy a new 2019 Bentley Continental GTC for around $300,000. But you can pick up a gently used 2016 model for around half the price.