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Analyzing different ways practices can stay competitive, including hospital arrangements, private equity and forming a super group.
Health care is increasingly complex, and physician practices often struggle to meet many regulatory and business challenges on their own.
So what should physicians do to remain competitive? And can physicians make these changes while retaining their independence? Medical Economics sat down with Daniel B. Frier, Esq., to analyze the pros and cons of different ways practices can stay competitive, including hospital arrangements, a private equity sale and forming a super group.
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