Bigger or larger or more providers or more locations do not, in and of themselves, make a stronger business.
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.
Why hospitals are destroying themselves, and setting their CEOs up for termination, when they bring in national groups and “contract management companies.”
Usually not considered, a group can choose not to renew the contract.
As healthcare entities become larger they appear as formidable competitors in the marketplace.
Someone at a conference asked me what’s the biggest mistake medical group leaders make.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses how you, as a physician group owner, can add years to your career and significant profit to your bottom line.
Someone at a conference asked me what’s the biggest mistake medical group leaders make. That’s easy, I told him, it’s not engaging me to represent them.