Reward your physician leader by following these five tips
Finding a good physician leader can be difficult, because most physicians are trained to provide medical care rather than run a business. Hospitals and health systems have executive leaders to navigate the healthcare reimbursement and regulation maze and run a profitable, quality facility, and they receive appropriate reimbursement for it. However, most group practices don't have executive leaders and instead rely on a physician-rather than another staffer or a business manager without medical training-to do this job.
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