Listen to Mark as he discusses how many medical group leaders come to him for help when they’ve got a “problem” and they’re looking for a solution.
I watched as the cat watched the squirrel climb the tree. Intent on its goal, a moment of two later, the cat followed it up into the large oak.
The gesture of sending a simple thank you note is often thought of as archaic, and that’s why it’s so important.
Hiring for skills alone is a shortsighted game plan.
Physicians, both in regard to their practices and in regard to their facilities, often have outsized notions of business valuation.
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.
The context was the sale of various healthcare facilities, deals which, by definition, involve the sale of the business…
A so-called expert said something like, “In the new economy, physicians need to lower their income expectations.”