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How to Deploy the Secret Sauce of Opportunistic Strategy
They say that COVID-19 has changed the world, creating the "new normal." Many of your colleagues are running scared. Here you are provided strategic tools and insights needed to seize opportunities, whether they’re in the context of current business relationships, the expansion of business activities, or the creation of new ventures.
Update On Deadline to Refund Overpayments to Avoid Draconian Penalties
Success. Even more success. It’s what you want. Welcome to the club, which appears to be getting more exclusive every day, not due to evolution but to self-selection. Of course, sometimes we get stuck, or at least delayed by problems that pop up, blocking the way. But for many, the problem is that they don’t know what the problem is.
Disruptive Strategies in Healthcare: Designing Them and Dealing with Them
Believing that the future of the business of healthcare will be a projection of, or incremental improvement over, today's reality is a fool's game.
There are only two sides to the healthcare coin: figure out a way to disrupt the current practice model or figure out how to deal with someone else's disruption.
How to Stay Out of Jail: The Latest on Management Fees and The Company Model of Anesthesia and Other Specialty Services
Long ago, physicians ceded control of the healthcare market only to have a healthcare “system” rise, a system controlled by bean counters and policy wonks. Obamacare. Accountable Care Organizations. ASC owners seeking to capture anesthesia billings.
How to Profit From Telemedicine And Related Technology In Texas
Telemedicine. It’s the future and it’s arrived no matter what the Medical Board rules or the courts do in any particular case.
Double Indemnity: Putting Yourself at Risk for Millions -
The Interplay Between Insurance and Indemnification Provisions in Your Hospital and Physician Contracts
They may look like boilerplate, but your feet might be in the boiler’s fire if you haven't properly thought through the impact and interplay of the indemnification and insurance provisions in your contracts with hospitals and with providers.
Reverse Engineering A National Group Takeover of Your Facility Contract
Your practice is arriving at what I call the Great Junction, the fork in the road, one route leading to further commoditization of radiology services with fungible providers, and the other route leading to high quality, high touch medical care: to a unique experience delivered by a Strategic Group. How will you navigate this perilous reality?
How to Deal with RFPs For Physician Services
More and more hospitals are disrupting their relationships with physicians. As to hospital-based groups, they seek to cut stipends and get more for nothing. The favored tool? The request for proposal, commonly known as an "RFP."
How can an RFP be avoided? Do you respond? How do you respond? How can the rules be bent?
How to Block Referring Physicians from Profiting from Your Hospital-Based Anesthesia or Radiology Services
With increasing financial pressure from flat or decreasing reimbursement and rising costs, surgeons and other referring physicians are beginning to look for ways to generate additional income. A prime example: the use of so-called "company model" entities to capture the profits of anesthesia providers at ASCs. But that is just the beginning.
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