Efforts treating patients don’t create value between a medical group and a facility.
Try staying ahead of the curve rather than subscribing to the status quo of best practices.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses how competing via providing free services, such as uncompensated medical directorships, or giving into a facility’s demand for free services, is a violation of the federal anti-kickback statute.
An interesting case illustrates a potential new tool in the arsenal to fight against fixed hospital exclusive contracts and, potentially, against the consultants who helped put lipstick on the pig. Many hospital-based groups have been there: the situation in which a longstanding relationship with a hospital, whether or not via exclusive contract, is disrupted, in […]
Learn to protect negotiating positions and to use “informal” communication with administration proactively.
Several years ago, I read a review in a magazine for consultants of a new book by an “expert” who advises that since business now moves at the speed of light, the “old” strategic question of “where do you want to be X years from now?” must now be “where do you want to be a […]
How does a group of, say, 100 physicians account for whose work is going to be cut back, or who will have to be let go, when and if a facility the group serves closes or drastically scales back?
If you were going to sell your house, you’d make sure that it’s put into decent or even prime shape before listing it, right? Podcast: Play in new window | Download