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Mending the Gap between Physicians and Hospital Executives

@inproceedings{Waldman2007MendingTG,
  title={Mending the Gap between Physicians and Hospital Executives},
  author={J. Deane Waldman and Kenneth H. Cohn},
  year={2007}
}
This chapter explores the relationship between two components of our healthcare system: physicians, representing all providers of direct care, and hospital executives, referring to those with administrative responsibilities, regulatory obligations, and resource control. Currently, there is a wide gulf, or gap, representing an adversarial interaction. Over the past 50 years, there have been dramatic, frankly, revolutionary, changes in the practice of medicine without corresponding or matching… 

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