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James Doulgeris

James Doulgeris

James Doulgeris is the CEO of Osler Health Management, the management service organization for Osler Health IPA, a national physician and provider network. He has served in the CEO role in hospitals, large physician systems, medical device companies and as a health care turnaround specialist over his 40 year career in the industry. E-mail him here.
 

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New Jersey's policies toward primary care physicians are decimating its ranks and deepening a public health crisis.

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Non-EMR practice software is routinely touted as a solution for a problem that may not be yours. Here's what you need to know.

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Physician-run accountable care organizations have a great track record of success due to one key element: the doctors that oversee them.

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A little time and effort by practices can save patients thousands of dollars in unseen costs.

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Anti-competitive trends and consolidating hospitals purchasing physician practices, are crushing patients with higher costs and poor service.

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Ocean Spray Cranberries is the perfect analog for an independent practice association – a cooperative comprised of independent entities with central operations.

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A healthcare CEO gives his opinions on improving the current healthcare system, putting onus on physicians to step-up and make changes.

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Movie, music, and publishing revenues are a shadow of what they were 10 years ago thanks to new technology and delivery systems. The same can be said of healthcare.

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Healthcare policies and laws that favor special interests are bad news for physicians and the public. New Jersey is a more extreme example.

IBM's Paul Grundy may best be known for his role in creating Patient-Centered Medical Homes, but his next steps are all about primary care.

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