In this issue, we spoke with PCC regarding the latest innovations in Health IT, their dedication to helping independent pediatricians, and their new We Care program designed to do just that. We also take a look at the state of healthcare since the November elections, how physicians’ political stripes may play a role in the care patients receive, and why benefit corporations are a great fit for healthcare organizations. We also discuss putting workplace democracy to work in your practice, and deliver expert leadership advice from Practice Management Consultant Brandon Betancourt on why trust between partners is key to practice success. And for those of you looking for something informative to listen to on your commute or coffee break, Krista Bowman joins me for a ViewPoint podcast that unpacks what you need to know about Direct to Employer engagements in pediatrics.
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A discussion of why The Verden Group is leading the way in direct-to-employer engagement in pediatrics.
Engaging employees and being more transparent can have a positive impact on your practice.
Benefit Corps make social objectives as important as financial goals and that’s great for healthcare.
A look at physician politics reveals patterns that suggest the care they deliver may not be the same.
PCC is a leader in health IT, a benefit corporation, and pediatricians’ best ally.
Government shut downs, anti-ACA justices, dysfunctional congressional partisanship?
Brandon Betancourt on why embracing healthy debate & trusting your partners are key to success.
Furthering our Dynamic Work Design series, we examine how the A3 method can be applied to root cause analysis.
The Trump Administration continues to wage war on the ACA. Here’s the latest.