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, […]

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 […]

Case Study: Physician Contract Review

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, and as a result, faced the following problems: Contract terms were highly inconsistent across deals, with several executives engaged in physician deal […]

Case Study: Cutting Physician Network Losses

Background The client was a nine-hospital health system with 14 clinics serving communities in a multi-state market with very limited access to care, poor economic conditions, high unemployment, and a heavy Medicare/Medicaid/uninsured payer mix. For most of these communities, the system was the sole source of care. Though the clinics were of substantial size (they employed […]