Take a seat while Mark discusses the benefits of reducing the emotional toll of contracting with your medical group.
The gesture of sending a simple thank you note is often thought of as archaic, and that’s why it’s so important.
Many medical group leaders bemoan their group’s circumstances: caught in the hard place between increasing commoditization, what they believe to be the limitations of independent structure, and the pressure of national group competition.
Boilerplate isn’t “extra stuff” at all; in fact, it’s the exact opposite: boilerplate got its name because it provides a protective layer around the rest of the contract.
The limo driver said that he’d made some bad choices in life. Some things hadn’t worked out as planned.
Usually not considered, a group can choose not to renew the contract.
If you were going to sell your house, you’d make sure that it’s put into decent or even prime shape before listing it, right?
Efforts treating patients don’t create value between a medical group and a facility.