Chalk up a victory for less care at higher prices. Hey, aren't those two of the Anti-Triple Aim?
I listened to a very interesting podcast called “The Soul of Enterprise.” It’s a business podcast mostly aimed at accountants, but it applies to other professional service providers as well.
There may be a shortage of foresight. But there's no shortage of stupidity.
Super Bowl commercials garner all sorts of buzz for being “creative,” but creativity isn’t selling.
This post, a repeat of one from several years ago, is as valid as ever. Not reading it is at your own risk! I’m writing this as I’m waiting for a flu shot at a Costco pharmacy. And waiting. And waiting.
Don’t do what your competitors are doing just because they’re doing it or because you might get some award for it.
Physician compensation is becoming more dependent upon patient satisfaction. Mark discusses a way to hack patient satisfaction surveys.
Compounding pharmaceuticals, specific drugs for specific patients, offers tremendous benefit. The problems arise when the benefit is for the prescribing physician.
What’s a relationship worth to your business, whether your business is a medical practice or a healthcare facility such as an ASC or an imaging center?
Mark discusses the fact that trends, even those that seem modern, such as home delivery of fully prepared meals, are simply history repeating itself or, at least, rhyming. Understanding this facilitates your exploitation of trends in healthcare.