As humans, we’re primed by evolutionary forces to fear the loss of something much more than we value an equivalent gain.
I’ve yet to see a driverless car, but I bet that it’s headed to the funeral of some hospital.
The tides of healthcare ebb and flow like the width of men's ties and the political affiliation of Michael Bloomberg.
Have you considered the impact of contingency fee thinking on your business?
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.,
HIPAA fines aren’t just given for breaches of HIPAA policy but for potential violations as well.
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.
Compounding pharmaceuticals, specific drugs for specific patients, offers tremendous benefit. The problems arise when the benefit is for the prescribing physician.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses the settlement by Sutter Health and a cardiac surgery group involving allegations that exclusive contracts, coverage stipends, and medical director fees were kickbacks to reward referrals. Avoid the same fate.
What do you get when you cross a compliance officer with a whistleblower?