Here are some of the advantages, disadvantages, and considerations for medical practice acquisitions.
If you work for a practice that is about to be acquired, it’s important to consider all your options
Physician practices are facing an uphill battle in their quest to remain independent
Hospitals across the country are purchasing private practices even though patients prefer AND receive better care from independent physicians.
The latest study from YouGov found that most Americans are concerned about the increasing trend of hospital consolidation.
Take time to reassess your personal and professional priorities as well as long-term goals for your practice, then adjust your workload as needed.
A merger or acquisition may look perfect on paper, but it’s the people who ultimately guarantee its success — or failure.
If you don’t identify the coding issues, know that your potential buyer will.
Once the deal is signed on the dotted line, it’s make or break time for merging two medical practices. Here’s how to ensure the acquisition doesn’t fall apart.
Five questions managers and physicians should ask and answer before jumping into acquisition.