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.
Robby the Robot. No, not a Da Vinci, but a robot just the same. And, fully functional.
Some leaders of hospital-based groups, and I use the term "leader" broadly, believe that their groups are a function of the hospital.
Several years ago, I read a review in a magazine for consultants of a new book by an “expert” who advises that since business now moves at the speed of light, the “old” strategic question of “where do you want to be X years from now?” must now be “where do you want to be a few days from now?”
Are you holding yourself back? Chances are that the answer is “yes.” Stop stopping your success.
Is your medical group’s governance structure holding it back? A bloated board? A fully consensus style? Do you have a governor on you future?
Will today’s physicians soon be referred to as “human physicians” or “carbon-based docs” as opposed to the silicon-based kind? Paging Dr. Robot?
Consider the notion of repurposing existing nonhealthcare sites to compete with physician practices.
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!”