Selling to a hospital derailed my career

Lindsay, Thomas F.
June 2006
Medical Economics;6/16/2006, Vol. 83 Issue 12, p53
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the author's experience as a private family practice in a community hospital in North Carolina. The author agreed to buy back the practice with his two younger partners, even though the combination of flattening revenues and increasing expenses was causing the income to decline. It also offers information about the conditions of the small community hospital.


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