Manage Your Practice

Using (and Used By) Public Information

What do you know, really know, about the people you do business with?  For example, about your employees, subcontractors and the CEOs of the hospitals you deal with. A few years ago a friend, let’s call him “C,” told me the following story: C’s son, attending college in the East, was looking for a new […]

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Don’t Hinder the Ability of Group Leaders to Lead

There’s little question that most, if not all, medical groups should be led by practicing physicians.  The problem is that too many groups create policies, either formal or informal, that actually dissuade and hinder the ability of physician leaders to lead. Specifically, I’m talking about the fact that groups tend to put far too much […]

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