Case Study: Shared Vision Positions Employed Medical Group for Success

Challenge The employed medical group of a highly successful hospital system in northeast Ohio requested assistance with catalyzing enhancement of its physician leadership and charting its future course to ensure success in the evolving healthcare environment. Specifically, the administration desired to promote collaborative group function, appropriately enhance the network infrastructure, improve practice operations, cultivate physician […]

Case Study: Avoid Stark Issues via Contract Management

This case study shows how a physician contract management system can help hospitals uncover Stark issues and smooth the contract negotiation process. Background A community hospital in the Northeast was struggling to manage its contractual relationships with employed and independent physicians. Hospital leadership did not have a systematic approach to creating or managing physician deals, […]

Webinar: Building a Strategic Vision for Your Employed Network

Leveraging an employed physician network in a value-based care environment requires a cohesive group exhibiting a common purpose and culture. Converting a collection of disparate, autonomous practices into a unified whole requires strategic energy. Jointly establishing a common group vision with dedicated physician leadership defines strategies to achieve that end. Objectives: Participants will understand the […]

Building Management Expertise for Your Employed Physician Network

Hospitals and health systems have been aggressively investing in their employed physician networks for the last 10 years or more. Most, however have not developed the leadership infrastructure or acquired the management expertise to effectively manage these networks. HSG has developed a multi-faceted approach to support you in your efforts to build a high-performing network.  We […]

Case Study: Avoid Stark Issues through Contract Management

    This case study shows how a physician contract management system can help hospitals uncover Stark issues and smooth the contract negotiation process.   Background A community hospital in the Northeast was struggling to manage its contractual relationships with employed and independent physicians. Hospital leadership did not have a systematic approach to creating or […]