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We are the go-to resource for independent medical groups looking to improve performance. Learn how our insights and implementation tools can help your group set strategy, apply best practices, and engage physicians in new care delivery models.
Check out our infographic to see five strategies you should remember when sitting down with payers at the negotiating table.
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Our membership-based program serves more than 130 independent medical groups nationwide, representing the entire spectrum of non-hospital-employed physician organizations, from primary care to multispecialty to specialist-only medical groups and IPAs.
There are several ways we translate our expertise into impact at your unique organization. First, we distill current market trends into the most actionable insights and provide multiple avenues for learning them.
Next, we equip independent medical group leaders with tools and customized assessments to determine the most powerful solutions for their particular organization and market. Finally, we provide pragmatic resources to accelerate implementation of new strategies.
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How do we increase our integration with hospitals while still remaining independent?
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