All medical groups have a culture, whether or not it’s been purposefully created. It exists.
Some leaders of hospital-based groups, and I use the term “leader” broadly, believe that their groups are a function of the hospital. If the hospital no longer wants to contract with them, then that would be it.
Some leaders of hospital-based groups, and I use the term “leader” broadly, believe that their groups are a function of the hospital.
Ride along while Mark talks about the error of confusing the plan with the actual way a deal plays out.
Breaches of fiduciary duty and of contractual commitment within medical groups occur every day. The question is, are those duties enforced?
No, you’re not Ebenezer Scrooge from Charles Dickens’ 1843 novella A Christmas Carol, but Sam Walton’s ghost can teach you a lesson about your future.
Listen to Mark discuss a topic that you’re probably familiar, if not personally, then at least conceptually, with the notion of “F.U. money” – having enough money that you can simply walk away. That concept, whether you have the money or not, applies directly to your negotiation strategy.