Closer Collaboration

P. J. C.; S. D. G.
September 2012
Trustee;Sep2012, Vol. 65 Issue 8, p29
Trade Publication
The article presents several structured models of clinical service lines that offer varying levels of partnership and integration between hospitals and physicians. It describes the roles of physicians in the medical directorship model. It also explains the collaboration between physician leader and hospital service line leader in managing a defined set of clinical services, processes and outcomes across the care continuum.


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