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The Shift to Value-Based Reimbursement

The Shift to Value-Based Reimbursement

The Shift to Value-Based Reimbursement   It’s been a while since I last posted.  Chalked up to my transition from Academic Medicine to Corporate Medicine.  It has been an interesting transition and the differences between Academic Medicine and Corporate Medicine are stark.  Yet, one key similarity is […]

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The Physician Compensation Environment

The Physician Compensation Environment

 The Physician Compensation Environment   I recently went through an exercise of looking at our physician compensation, and thought it might be important for our readers, mostly burgeoning medical students, to be aware of the current environment facing most health systems. All health systems are dealing with […]

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Resurgence of Capitation?

Resurgence of Capitation?

Resurgence of Capitation? I recently caught up with a colleague of mine out in California. He works for a large, for-profit health system and is a Director for several large multi-specialty groups across Northern California. We struck up an interesting conversation about Capitation and Managed Care contracts.  […]

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Cost savings; we’re looking in all the wrong places.

Cost savings; we’re looking in all the wrong places.

Cost savings; we’re looking in all the wrong places. By: Neil Pithadia Over a recent conversation with other health leaders in the Dallas Ft-Worth area, I asked if it seemed like Nursing staff was turning over more rampantly.  Overwhelmingly, the answer was yes.  I wondered if peripheral […]

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The Future CEO

The Future CEO

The Future CEO By: Neil Pithadia The last couple years have been difficult on Hospital CEOs with dwindling reimbursements and payment reforms under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). It should then come as no surprise that CEO turnover rates in the last couple of years have hit […]

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