ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:
Health care system, general
Applies Andre Delbecq's presentation at the 1999 ALF to health care, suggesting that the future might belong to innovative organizations built as networks of relatively independent business units.
The author identifies the principles that will form the foundation of health care in the year 2000 and beyond.
The author describes the practice management skills and knowledge that family physicians will need to possess to succeed during the first part of the next century.
Leaders throughout family practice and the health care industry describe what they think will be family physicians' greatest challenges and opportunities will be over the next 10 years.
The author reviews the health care landscape at the turn of the century, identifying challenges facing family physicians today.
Argues for large physician organizations as a way of keeping the proper balance between the clinical and the financial rather than letting nonphysician managed care organizations emphasize the financial at the expense of the clinical.
Introduces articles by Iliff and Rothenberger touting the values, respectively, of staying in solo practice and selling your practice.