I’ve written about hospital closures, but before today, I’ve never written about a hospital that turned to crowdfunding to stay afloat.
Money. Future. Status. Popularity. The four human interest motivators.
Some claim that there is a thing called “work-life balance.” My opinion is that we have only one life (I’m not betting on reincarnation) and that work is an essential part of it. It’s a main driver in why we’re here. Work gives us a purpose in life.
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.
Be honest: Do you own your practice or does it own you?