June 4, 2015: The Impending Death of Hospitals: How To Plan Your Practice's Survival
Having fallen to the fallacy that there's profit in market share, hospitals have gorged on acquisitions and on employment and alignment of physicians. Purchase Recording >

June 11, 2014: Medical Group Mergers And Acquisitions & Alternatives
Some days, it seems as if everyone, from anesthesia groups to vascular surgery practices, is talking about selling their practice to a larger group, to private equity investors, or to a hospital. Purchase Recording >

December 19, 2013: Breaking News On Kickbacks: The Latest On The Company Model

As the healthcare economy becomes more strained, the pace of illegal kickback activity has increased. Purchase Recording >

October 13, 2013: Double Indemnity: Putting Yourself At Risk For Millions – The Interplay Between Insurance And Indemnification Provisions In Your Hospital And Physician Contracts

They may look like boilerplate, but your feet might be in the boiler’s fire if you haven't properly thought through the impact and interplay of the indemnification and insurance provisions in your contracts with hospitals and with providers. Purchase Recording >

July 11, 2013: Disruptive Strategies In Healthcare: Designing Them And Dealing With Them

Believing that the future of the business of healthcare will be a projection of, or incremental improvement over, today's reality is a fool's game.
Although predicting the specifics of the future is impossible, it's certain to involve disruptive strategies. Purchase Recording >

April 25, 2013: The Fast™ Group--Medical Group Governance For Today's Market

In an increasingly competitive, increasingly hospital-centric world, the saying "money likes speed" is more true than ever. Yet many medical groups have doomed themselves to stasis, or worse, as a result of their defective governance structure. Purchase Recording >

November 29, 2012: Why Your Medical Group Needs A New Contracting Strategy
No matter your political bent, there's no doubt that society is becoming increasingly affected by "we" think, from concepts of shared sacrifice, to paying your fair share, to "giving back." Purchase Recording >

October 11, 2012: Reverse Engineering A National Group Takeover Of Your Facility Contract
Like a neutron bomb, national or large regional groups wants to take over your facility contract, vaporize your group, and cherry-pick your desirable assets: your physicians and other providers. Purchase Recording >

July 26, 2012: How to Stay Out of Jail: The Latest On Management Fees and The Company Model of Anesthesia and Other Specialty Services
There's a metastasizing trend among surgery centers and their surgeon owners: establishing entities to coordinate the provision of anesthesia services to their patients – and to capture the profits. Purchase Recording >

March 3, 2012: How to Deal With RFPs For Physician Services
More and more hospitals are disrupting their relationships with hospital-based and office-based physicians.
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February 28, 2012: How To Block Referring Physicians From Profiting From Your Hospital-Based Anesthesia or Radiology Services
With increasing financial pressure from flat or decreasing reimbursement and rising costs, surgeons and other referring physicians are beginning to look for ways to generate additional income. Purchase Recording >

February 7, 2012: If Surgeons Can Legally Profit From Anesthesia At An ASC, Will Hospital Anesthesia & Radiology Be Next?
If surgeons can use so-called “company model” entities to capture the profits of anesthesia providers at their ASCs, they’ll soon be demanding their “cut” of anesthesia at the hospital. Purchase Recording >