W M Copeland

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This article identifies and discusses the legal problems and pitfalls associated with the implementation of a physician recruitment program. Careful structuring is necessary to strike a balance meeting the requirements of both the Internal Revenue Code and the Medicare fraud and abuse provisions. The various tax considerations that may affect physician(More)
The authors suggest that five prerequisites for survival are a willingness to change, good people, a clear sense of mission, an assessment of needs, and a plan. They detail how the application of these principles resulted in the merger of two not-for-profit, religious hospitals in Ohio, a move that allowed the institutions to continue their social mission(More)
As St. Francis-St. George opened its doors in January 1982 as a result of the merger of two former facilities, it faced numerous challenges to its ability to communicate with physicians, staff, and community. The previous hospitals had been sponsored by different congregations , the new facility had 50 fewer aggregate beds, and two sets of management(More)
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