Follow the Money

Bavin, Stefoni A.; Wolosin, Robert
June 2008
Marketing Health Services;Summer2008, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p10
Academic Journal
The article discusses a study which examined the satisfaction of high-revenue physicians at hospitals. High-revenue physicians, the article indicates, are those that generate large amounts of revenue for a hospital. The manner in which the data for the study is given. Satisfaction levels for high-revenue physicians are compared against non-high-revenue physicians. Topics of the survey include satisfaction with the quality of patient care, the nursing staff, and timeliness of written orders. Other issues examined in the survey include satisfaction with ease of practice measures and relationships with the leadership at hospitals.


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