Top tips on making joint ventures tip top

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 April 15, 2015

While independence once held great value and autonomy, joint ventures (JVs) now allow radiology groups of all sizes to work smarter. Radiology practices benefit from the clinical and business intelligence and improved performance analytics JVs can bring, as well as the potential for predictive and prescriptive analytics, increased access to radiology capacity and sub-specialized radiology talent, benchmarking and economies of scale. Read More

Radiology Leadership: Fulfilling the Hospitals’ New Needs

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March 12, 2015

The needs of the hospital have dramatically changed as the healthcare industry transitions to a value-based model. These changes have required a greater level of hospital physician alignment than ever before. Read more

The New Competitive Landscape for Radiology

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January 27, 2015

The healthcare industry is rapidly changing for hospital-based physician practices. An overall trend of consolidation has emerged as the industry transitions to a value-based model.This has led to the creation of large, single-specialty companies with as many as 1,500 physicians, as well as large, multi-specialty management companies such as Sheridan Healthcare, Team Health and Mednax. Read more

A New model for Radiology collaboration – Webinar

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irp_300px_banner_ondemandOn September 17, 2014, Bill Pickart, IRP CEO, and Scott Luchs, MD, founding member of a new regional radiology joint venture in New York, Empire Health Support Services, led a webinar on the new way to thrive in radiology. Click this link to learn how collaboration, not competition, will guarantee success for the future of radiology. 

 

Group Integration and Collaboration Models – A Case Study

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At RBMA’s spring 2014 summit, IRP CEO Bill Pickart and Managing Partner Doug Smith participated in a panel alongside four physicians to discuss several radiology joint venture case studies. Watch the recording to learn about the power of integration, how to create a competitive collaboration model and the path to managing a successful joint venture. 

Group Integration and Collaboration Models – A Case Study from IRP.