Ride along with Mark as he discusses converting a closed or failing hospital into a surgery center or other outpatient facility.
Selling a healthcare facility or a medical practice isn’t like selling a gold coin. Gold has a fixed market value and it trades on its weight in troy ounces.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses a the issues related to a national anesthesia group's loss of a system-wide exclusive contract.
I’m going to share a secret with you today. There’s no such thing as value. At least not in the fixed sense. In fact, value is as malleable as clay.
We usually think of nosocomial infection, one contracted from the environment or staff of a healthcare facility, in terms of the impact on patients.
I recently read an article about a physician who had sold his practice to a hospital. The physician was quoted as having stated that he had grown disenchanted with running the business end of his own practice, thus his agreement to "have my practice managed by" the hospital.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses the importance of grooming your medical practice or healthcare business for sale, even if you don’t intend to sell.