Creating PSAs that promote a meaningful hospital-physician bond

A recent article by ECG Management Consultants discusses why creating professional service agreements can help promote a meaningful hospital-physician bond. 

Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on ECG's website

The abbreviation PSA stands for two very different things in health care. On the purely clinical side, it refers to the first form of surgical tape, called a pressure-sensitive adhesive, developed by a surgeon, Horace Day, in 1845. In the world of healthcare finance, however, PSA refers to a professional services agreement — a type of hospital-physician arrangement.These two types of PSAs have an important characteristic in common: They both must be “sticky” to be effective. In this regard, the first type of PSA has come a long way in the past 173 years; it is much stickier today than it was when Day invented it. Click here to continue>>

 

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