Turning the Tables – Best Questions Physicians and Nurse Practitioners Should Ask An Interviewer

Posted by Dawn Pascale 17, October, 2018

You swore it wouldn’t, couldn’t happen again. You asked all the questions that clearly explained the compensation package, the on-call schedule and the day to day responsibilities.

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How Much Did That Bad Hire Just Cost You? We’ll Tell You.

Posted by Dawn Pascale 10, October, 2018

In Good to Great, Jim Collins states, “The most important decisions that employers make are not what decisions, but who decisions.”  In an era where healthcare entities struggle to turn a profit, costs associated with one bad who is more than you might think.    

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Blockchain, Bitcoin, EHRs – oh my!

Posted by Matt Brewster 26, September, 2018

2018 was the year of bitcoin. Over the year, prices for bitcoin hit historic highs and fell just as fast as they rose, leaving many cryptocurrency investors (also known as gamblers) very unhappy.

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Why Are Hospitals Losing Millions?

Posted by Dawn Pascale 19, September, 2018

To the surprise of many, some of the biggest brands in healthcare delivery are experiencing record declines in their operating revenues. The utilization of healthcare by patients is at an all-time high in the United States and yet some of the nation’s largest hospitals are experiencing income losses in the hundreds of millions. Large healthcare organizations such as Partners HealthCare, based in New England, lost $108 million in 2017, Providence St. Joseph Health, the nation’s second largest Catholic health system, suffered $512 million drop in operating income in 2016 and the Cleveland Clinic saw a 71 percent decline in income that same year. So, why, with such high patient volume and demand, are hospitals still losing money?

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How Much Revenue Does a Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Generate?

Posted by Dawn Pascale 18, September, 2018

Considering an NP hire but unsure of the return on that investment?  When looking at the value-add of NPs to the bottom line, the results are extremely positive. A recent report by MGMA (Medical Group Management Association) found that primary care practices with a non-physician provider-to-physician ratio of 0.41 or greater earned over $100,000 more annually in revenue.

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