As you know, it’s hard to make a decision when you might have to pay a large price for it.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses strengthening your group for the next disaster.
When things begin to go awry between hospitals and contracted medical groups, these are the sort of complaints that hospitals levy.
I see too many deals that are hatched from the evil twins of self-inflicted human nature: fear and hope.
As you know, it’s hard to make a decision when you might have to pay a large price for it. It’s much easier to make decisions when there’s only an upside, that is, when there’s an upside if it succeeds and an upside if it fails. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
A physician makes a mistake, commits negligence, and what’s the result? It can be horrific. Malpractice suit. Medical staff discipline. Medical board discipline leading even to loss of licensure. Reputation destroyed. Now ask yourself what happens if a hospital executive, say the CEO of a publicly held hospital chain, commits the equivalent type of error, […]