Physician Entrepreneurs: Strength in Numbers
Many physician practices don’t have the resources, capital, or leverage to navigate today’s healthcare marketplace successfully on their own. In order to remain competitive, afford expensive technologies, negotiate with payers, and establish a market presence, medical groups are finding that “strength in numbers” is essential to an organization’s long-term business strategy.
Find strength in numbers
To meet today’s competitive challenges physician practices need to harness the power of a large organization, either by expanding the practice or partnering with hospitals, private investors, or other physician groups. Physician Entrepreneurs: Strength in Numbersdelivers in-depth analysis and advice on implementing various consolidation and collaboration techniques including:
- Joint ventures
Published by HealthLeaders Media and written by respected healthcare authority The Coker Group, this book provides real-world case studies and proven strategies to aid practice leaders in making the best financial and strategic practice decisions.
Maintain a viable and sustainable practice
More and more, physicians are realizing the value of joining together in larger groups and forming strategic partnerships as the best solutions to maintain a viable and sustainable practice. Physician Entrepreneurs: Strength in Numbers provides:
- Fiscal and strategic information to make sound business decisions
- Solutions to challenges in aligning with another practice or partner
- Overview of consolidation and collaboration opportunities available
- Case studies on successful alignments
Whether you’re a physician, physician leader, physician owner, practice administrator, office manager, marketing professional, chief financial officer, or chief executive officer, Physician Entrepreneurs: Strength in Numbers is a must-have tool for becoming the healthcare provider of choice in your community.
Take a look at our extensive table of contents:
Section I- Opportunities
Chapter 1: Overview of the marketplace
Chapter 2: Strategies for growth
Chapter 3: Benefits of alignment strategies
Chapter 4: Financial planning and strategy
Chapter 5: Legal considerations
Section II- The Players
Chapter 6: Physician-to-physician partnerships
Chapter 7: Physician-to-hospital partnerships
Chapter 8: Physician-to-venture capitalist relationships
Section III- Operative Structures
Chapter 9: Merging physician practices
Chapter 10: Physician-hospital alignment strategies
Chapter 11: Information-technology focused alliances
Chapter 12: Conclusion
About The Coker Group
The Coker Group is a leading management consulting firm specializing in strategic solutions for businesses within the healthcare industry. Their expertise in strategy, financial advisory, and technology problem-solving is unparalleled. For over 20 years, they have brought their clients the best in service, support, and results.
Max Reiboldt, CPA, is managing partner and CEO of The Coker Group.
John P. Reiboldt, MBA, is a manager of the firm and focuses on a variety of financial solutions for healthcare organizations.
Justin Chamblee, MAcc, CPA, is a senior consultant who provides financial consulting for Coker clients.
Rick Langosch is chief financial officer of The Coker Group and serves in a consulting role with practices and health systems.
Jeffery Daigrepont is a principal at the Coker Group and manages the firm’s information technology consulting services.
Craig W. Hunter is an associate partner with The Coker Group and oversees Coker’s hospital consulting services.
Sidney Summers Welch is an attorney with Arnall Golden Gregory, LLP.
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