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Administrative management of small group physician practice

Richard A. Blanchette

Administrative management of small group physician practice

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English

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We will look at physician practice management companies (PPMCs), a concept that caused massive financial problems for thousands of doctors. The practice manager may be our employee or yours – it’s your choice.

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But not even 10 years later, competition for viable practices drove prices above sustainable levels and many PPMCs closed shop.