Cardiologists alone can generate millions in revenue annually, according to a new national survey of revenues generated for hospitals by doctors.
The survey, conducted by Merrit, Hawkins & Associations, states that a single, full-time invasive cardiologist generates $2.66 million annually for his or her affiliated hospital. A physician will generate about $1.5 million in net revenue for his or her affiliated hospital.
The survey asked hospital chief financial officers to quantify how much revenue a single physician in 17 specialties generated for their hospitals in the last 12 months. This included both net inpatient and outpatient revenue derived from patient referrals, tests, and procedures performed in the hospital.
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Not every executive is comfortable talking to large crowds or the board of directors, and not all are energized by contact with others.
Judy Rosemarin, an executive development coach and president of Sense-Able Strategies Inc., offers tips for turning the introvert inside-out:
“Networking shouldn’t be frenzied, nor is it about ‘begging’ for a job. In fact, networking isn’t really about getting a job. It’s about using shared interests to develop and maintain mutually beneficial relationships,” advises Rosemarin.
“Done right, networking is a lifelong, evolutionary process that you should do frequently, if not daily. It’s as natural as eating and sleeping. Whenever you talk with others and seek their opinions to make an informed decision – even if it’s just to find a good restaurant, movie or electrician – you’re networking.”
Tips offered by Rosemarin for networking include:
A successful manager is only as good as the people that work for them. Training employees, fostering working relationships, and completing projects that have the greatest ROI all fall squarely on the shoulders of those in management.
Hire good people. Consider personalities along with experience and skills. Retrain existing employees to improve the team.
Provide employees with the right tools – computers, software, training, etc.
Let your employees explore options when completing a project. Give them guidance, but allow them to work it through themselves.
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Executive Search Firm Reaction Search International has placed Jeffrey Grayson as Intrawests CIO. The search was conducted by Robert Boroff, a Managing Director at Reaction Search International.Read More RSI Press Releases >>
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