Integrating the Practice of Medicine: A Decision Maker's Guide to Organizing and Managing Physician Services
Ronald B. Conners
Wiley, Oct 15, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 469 pages
This interdisciplinary guide explains the complex structural changes going on in the physician practice industry and explores contemporary issues in physician practice management. Experts in accounting, health administration, law, and economics explain essential methods of delivering physician services and provide workable physician-hospital integration models.
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PART CHANGES IN PHYSICIAN SUPPLY
Physician Practice Size 19911995
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administrative agreement American arrangements assets Baycare buyer capitalization rates cash flow changes chapter cians clinical companies corporate practice costs delivery system earnings economic employers entity equity Ernst & Young example expenses fee schedule GPWW group practice growth health plans HMOs hospital ical incentives income statement increase independent practice associations institutional intangible assets integrated liability limited managed care contracts Management Services Organizations MCOs Medicaid medical group medical practice Medicare MedPartners ment multispecialty operating participation partner partnership patient payers payment PCPs percent PhyCor physi physician compensation physician groups physician practice management physician services physician-hospital population PPMCs PPOs prac practice of medicine practice's practitioners primary professional programs projected purchase RBRVS referrals reimbursement relationship revenue risk share solo practice specialists specialty staff strategy structure supergroups tice tion trend