An investigation gone bad, or bad decisions made during and after a proper investigation, have an impact far beyond that on the accuser and the alleged.
Compounded drugs are valid treatment. Prescribing them is legal. However, accepting (or paying) kickbacks to prescribe them is a crime.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses hospital hypocrisy and pricing transparency.
There is a crisis. But it's not the one you've heard about.
Perhaps it’s only anecdotal, but the several hospital executives and well-connected hospital-affiliated physician group leaders I’ve spoken within the past few weeks tell the same story: a spate of resignations by hospital-employed physicians.
Herman Cain withdrew his name from consideration for a Fed seat because he couldn’t afford (or didn’t want) to work for the relatively low pay.
Ride along with Mark and learn about the danger of applying short term solutions to long term problems.
Listen while Mark discusses a hospital’s announcement that it’s closing down its physician joint venture ASC. Was it really their decision? Or have the physician partners realized that they no longer need the hospital?
Actors scramble to audition for a part, but stars choose from offered scripts. So why are you responding to that RFP?