I recently read an article about a woman bemoaning the fact that she had been “cheated,” as her investment in General Motors bonds was about to become worthless.
A magic show is about misdirection: that which is seen and that which isn’t seen.
I stood there with the other workers, a large rotating table separating us.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses another example of a “coup” led by staff within yet another medical bureaucracy.
Anita Roddick, the late founder of the highly successful natural cosmetics chain, The Body Shop, which she sold to the cosmetic giant L’Oréal for $1.1 billion, was a tremendously driven entrepreneur and an extreme social and political activist.
Great food isn’t enough to keep a customer. Neither is great medical care.
How would your reorganize your medical practice, healthcare business, and relationships if you were paid only for successful outcomes, no matter how they are measured?