The economy is in shambles and some say we’re headed into a double dip recession.
Some see the future for hospital based groups in the context of large versus small, often stating that groups need to merge to achieve significant size or simply sell out to so-called national groups. It not clear whether “sell out” means to be acquired or is simply a colloquial expression.
Hospitals are employing more physicians. So why don’t they want them to become really successful?
Top students quickly figure out that getting A’s requires delivering what the teacher is looking for, whether answers on tests or responses to questions asked aloud in class — they focus on the “correct” answer.
As a result of the prevailing trend of hospital-centric healthcare, in which more and more physicians are contracted with or employed by hospitals, the medical staff is quickly reaching a tipping point.
Problems happen. But when they do, turn them into profit.
30 years ago, in order to practice law on a sophisticated level, you needed to be part of a firm with its relatively large support staff. You dictated and your secretary either took shorthand or transcribed the tape, typing away at a typewriter.