Don’t make the mistake of thinking that being late signals your importance or your power.
Unfortunately, few groups engage in seriously addressing even the simpler issues of succession in medical group leadership.
You might skip over indemnification provisions when negotiating a contract. You understand what they are. They’re just boilerplate, right? Wrong.
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?
ACO’s. Competition by hospital employed physicians. Commoditization.
The attractiveness of a deal multiplies by the number of “buyers.”
A magic show is about misdirection: that which is seen and that which isn’t seen.