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Hospitals that develop strong group practices can help physician organizations thrive

Hospitals that develop strong group practices can help physician organizations thrive

Modern Healthcare 22(30): 66

Seeking support in the face of RBRVS, physicians are demanding more support services and more cooperation from hospitals in developing pricing mechanisms for direct contracting. But organizational models intended to meet these needs won't work because of the deep chasm that typically exists between hospitals and physicians. Rather, a strong physician group practice aids in their success.

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