Oftentimes physicians and administrators discuss strategies and may even devise a strategic plan, only to see nothing come of it. The most common reason for strategy failure is that they failed to build execution into their strategic planning process.
The U.S. health care reform debate and the Affordable Care Act played front and center throughout 2017 headlines. Will the GOP and Trump administration back off until after the mid-term election? Are there more concerning issues to battle in 2018?
When I was a child, each fall my grandfather would drive to the state line where the farmlands stretched out in beautiful expansiveness. We would purchase bushels of corn and huge sacks of green beans right out of the back of a farmer’s old green pickup truck.
As we mentioned previously in our article ‘Your Most Valuable Asset’, our homes are, well, our most valuable asset. In this article we will be focusing on finding value for money here in Florida.
We don’t watch snow pile up in Florida and our skies are not gray during the winter but for the majority of the rest of the county, they do. As much fun as sledding, building snowmen or donning a fashionable scarf may sound, most of us prefer Florida winters. However, at this time of the year everyone starts dreaming of sun-filled beaches, flip-flops and shorts.
If you are like most of us, you kick off the New Year reflecting on life - your past and your future. I traded in turkey and stuffing with my family for a trip to Nicaragua to work with Habitat for Humanity on a Global Build.
In the case of medicine, it is not the few well-publicized bad apples, but government and corporations injecting themselves into clinical practice that is driving the down trajectory of patient care.
Bringing in a physician partner has many advantages: A partner may help your practice grow and become more successful; partners allow you to share the workload and to combine skills with another provider; and you can enrich your practice by having a solid teammate. However, business partners can become your greatest asset or worst liability. Deciding whether or not to share your practice with someone else may be one of the most important business decisions you ever make. Deciding who you go into business with can be just as important.