Adopting a purely defensive position can never advance your or your medical group’s future.
Over the ensuing 6-plus years, hospitals have continued to benefit from the expanding role of paraprofessionals and from the top level professional degree, the doctorate, that those paraprofessionals are obtaining.
There was a time warp in the box from the garage.
Jim Collins wrote about putting the right people on the bus. Ride along with Mark as he talks about who’s driving it.
Many physicians, even physician group leaders, have trouble with the notion of transformational change because today’s payor and hospital centric status quo is their “normal.”
The tides come in and out, ties get wider then narrower then wider again, and society cycles round and round from "me" to "we."
You, not your competitors, control your future - why would you think otherwise?
When we think of risky behavior, we usually think of personal acts.