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Common Roadblocks for Physician Employment Contracts

Posted by Dawn Pascale 22, July, 2015

Some physicians have a hard time grasping the concept of principled negotiations.  They see a negotiation as a battle rather than an opportunity to collaborate towards agreement.  We don’t believe negotiations should be stressful and in fact, if handled in the right manner, they can be a very positive experience that enables both parties to benefit.    

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Agents of Change: How Nurse Practitioners Can Be The Difference

Posted by Dawn Pascale 17, June, 2015

The end of open enrollment in 2014 saw 15 million Americans who were previously uninsured obtain coverage thanks to the ACA.  While commendable, these numbers bring another issue to the forefront: a shortage of primary care physicians. 

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6 Ways Telehealth Will Change Healthcare

Posted by Dawn Pascale 29, April, 2015

The Telehealth revolution has begun.  Very simply, it is the delivery of clinical diagnosis, consultation, education, and the treatment and monitoring of patients remotely through the use of modern technologies such as computers, wireless devices, interactive video, digital imaging, and health care monitoring devices. With the evolution of information technology and telecommunications, Telehealth is both affordable and feasible and is changing the fundamental ways of how patients interact with health care providers. 

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Why Nurse Practitioners Have the Best Job in America

Posted by MedSource Consultants 2, April, 2015

Few jobs offer great pay and a sense of deep personal and professional satisfaction – as well as nearly infinite job opportunities.   Nurse Practitioner professions have experienced a surge of growth in recent years, just one factor that contributed to the U.S. News & World Report’s ranking in the top 10 best jobs in their 100 Best Jobs of 2015 list.  This profession is only expected to increase in coming years.

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Improving relationships with physicians: 5 keys to success

Posted by Dawn Pascale 25, March, 2015

Peter Drucker, the father of modern management theory, famously called the hospital “the most complex organization ever devised.” That’s not news to hospital administrators who know all too well the challenges of managing a highly educated, experienced workforce. 

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