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More and more physicians are signing employment contracts as opposed to opening up a practice. If you see any of these 8 concerning contract items when reviewing your contract, it is probably time to negotiate.
In order to learn what's behind the recent efforts to shake up healthcare (CVS-Aetna merger & the Amazon, JP Morgan Berkshire Hathaway joint venture), Pat Salber, MD, MBA turned to Rita Numerof, Ph.D, President of Numerof & Associates, to find out what she thinks are the underlying factors for these huge changes.
Insurance companies use as a selling point that their buying power gives them a pricing advantage for employers. But when you look at the numbers, that's not what's happening.
These 3 dimensions of cohesion will help to improve your workplace dynamic by fostering good teamwork, increasing productivity, and achieving greater success.
Dave Chase explores why employers should get a second opinion if they're overpaying for healthcare.
Emerick and Toomey explore whether consumer-directed (high deductible) health plans plus or minus cost transparency save purchasers money?
Mis-coding, mid-diagnosis, and incorrect analysis of claims data can prevent employers from fully understanding the cost drivers in their covered population. Tom Emerick and David Toomey explain why.
Al Lewis' new company, Quizzify, aims to improve employees health literacy via fun, but educational Q&As that can be tied to rewards to keep them engaged.
Until recently, most healthcare organizations could get by without a real strategy….That era is ending.
Workplace wellness: Is it the opening salvo in an old economy jihad against aging and chronically ill employees? Al Lewis and Vik Khanna explain.
Paul Krugman’s opinion piece, “Health, Work, Lies” in today’s New York Times today takes on politicians’ and the media's spin of a recent, widely...
In the name of wellness, state employees were subject to the most overdiagnosis and overtreatment ever documented—at taxpayer expense, no less.