ACPE RESEARCH FOCUSES ON TOUGH MANAGEMENT ISSUES
The American College of Physician Executives, July 1, 2006
Surveys, interviews and research conducted over the last two years by the American College of Physician Executives are helping to identify and troubleshoot some of medical management's most pressing problems in health care today. Among the issues that ACPE took on recently are: disruptive behavior by physicians, ethical breaches in health care, paying for emergency room call and problems with pay-for-performance plans.BY:The American College of Physician Executives, Tampa, FL www.ACPE.org.
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