People can’t separate emotions from decision-making. They can lie about it and claim emotions are not a factor, but it’s frankly impossible for emotions not to be a major driver of decision-making.
Take a seat and relax while you ride along with Mark and discuss the problem of expecting a valuable answer to the completely wrong question.
It was June when I saw it. The boarded-up stores of Main Street, paved red with bricks and lost hope.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses the danger of agreeing with a competitor to allocate employees.
Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.
Structuring a payment or a transaction such that the deal is at fair market value is not the be-all and end-all of AKS compliance.
Ride along with mark as he discusses the necessity for systems thinking.
Ride along with Mark as he talks about the need to question numbers presented as facts in connection with healthcare investment opportunities.