Cut Physician Preference Costs by Building Physician Bonds



Physician preference items can be costly, yet eliminating them poses the risk of conflict between a hospital and its physicians. It doesn't have to be that way. UC Health in Cincinnati saved more than $35 million in PPI costs over two years by bringing physicians into the selection process.



1 comments on "Cut Physician Preference Costs by Building Physician Bonds"
Fred J. Pane (6/6/2012 at 9:12 AM)

Please read the article in JHC January 2010. The key to successful physician and hospital relationships? In a word, balance. Look to your facility's P&T committee for a model. It could help your IDN succeed in the world of bundled payments. The Journal of Healthcare Contracting | January 2010

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