Dr. Chad Perlyn, President of Nicklaus Children’s Pediatric Specialists

This episode features Dr. Chad Perlyn, President of Nicklaus Children’s Pediatric Specialists. Here, he discusses advice for physicians looking to further their education, the importance of knowing the ‘why’ of whatever you’re doing, how he is helping his organization manage physician compensation as CMS rules change, and more.


Dr. Chad Perlyn Discusses Education and Physician Compensation

Dr. Chad Perlyn, President of Nicklaus Children’s Pediatric Specialists, recently appeared on an episode to discuss various topics related to the healthcare industry. Here’s a breakdown of some of the points he covered:

Advice for Physicians

Dr. Perlyn encourages physicians to pursue an MBA alongside their medical degree. This additional education can provide valuable knowledge on how to run a healthcare system, which is becoming increasingly important in today’s landscape.

CMS Changes

This year, Dr. Perlyn is focused on the CMS changes related to documentation and split shared visits. He is helping his organization navigate the changes in fee scales and maintain trust in the system.

Geography and Recruitment

Dr. Perlyn notes that Florida is experiencing a surge in population and medical professionals are needed, particularly in specialties like pediatric ophthalmology, psychiatry, and neurology. He stresses the importance of having an organization that people want to be a part of and acknowledges that geography and finances will play a role in recruitment.

The Importance of Understanding the 'Why'

Dr. Perlyn emphasizes the importance of understanding the ‘why’ behind any action or decision in the healthcare industry. By doing so, physicians can better serve their patients and create a sense of purpose within their work.

Overall, Dr. Perlyn’s expertise and insights on education, physician compensation, recruitment, and purpose in healthcare provide valuable guidance to those in the industry.


Note: This is an AI generated transcript, not edited by a staff writer and is solely intended for educational purposes. If you have any questions/concerns, reach out to podcasts@beckershealthcare.com


This episode aired on 05/14/2023 and can be listened here.


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