It boils down to a matter of perception of the negotiating process.
The right question regarding the uncertain future, is to ask is what underlies your profession, your specialty, or its role.
Sure, unlike immigration love, less than heartfelt medical group merger isn’t a federal crime.
I recently spoke with a former group leader, who will go unnamed.
It had taken him years to build up a successful hospital-based practice with dozens of physician providers.
Growth. There’s lots of talk about it.
It’s often bemoaned that industry leaders suffer from being in an echo chamber.
In a personal services business, from medical groups to acute care hospitals, what’s more important, your people or your tangible assets?
Ah, the shiny object, the more or less instant gratification.
I stood there with the other workers, a large rotating table separating us.
In keeping with our New Year’s Tradition, here’s the hack. Flip things around: What will you not do, or stop doing, next year?