Efforts treating patients don’t create value between a medical group and a facility.
Why are physicians working much harder for less money? Why is it proper that there are so many regulatory burdens interfering with physicians’ abilities to own and refer to facilities?
Try staying ahead of the curve rather than subscribing to the status quo of best practices.
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 […]
All medical groups have a culture, whether or not it’s been purposefully created. It exists.
The fact is that your customers don’t give a whit about you and your group, but they care immensely about their own self interests.
Planning is less effective than strategy and strategy is most effective when strengthened through the Scenario Survey Process.
If you’re selling medical services but collecting only peanuts (or even hot dogs) let me know. You need a better agent.
To paraphrase William Shakespeare, a rose by any other name might just be fraud.