Hiring for skill is not even half the battle for your group – the price of admission.
Ah, the shiny object, the more or less instant gratification.
Hiring for skill is not even half the battle for your group – it's the price of admission.
today, employers reward for the value you create. The factory worker, whether in what is readily recognized as a factory or one which looks, to outsiders, like a medical clinic or hospital, who simply shows up on time, does what he or she is told (you know, follows protocols) and then clocks out at the end of the shift, creates no real value in comparison with the next worker.
Today, there’s no longer even the “promise” of lifetime employment. “Retirement” as in replacement, replacement just like an old machine, is as far off as the next layoff or the next outsourcing.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses how the short-term message underlying physician alignment has destroyed hospital-physician collaboration and contributed to the impending death of hospitals.
Quoting from his speech on August 28, 1963, King stated, "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. I have a dream today!”
The is no real security in depending upon a pseudo-parent employer.
Hospital systems across the country suffer from bloated fixed costs, huge payrolls, layers and layers of bureaucracy, and management by managers, not by entrepreneurial thinkers.
The healthcare labor market shifts with time but there will always be a place for entrepreneurial physicians and other healthcare providers who seek to develop and expand their independent ventures