Tag Archives: Physician Compact

Planning for the future

I have a pretty well-rehearsed answer for anyone who asks me what my role is all about. For those unfamiliar with the North Shore-LIJ Health System, I rattle off a few key statistics (16 hospitals, $7 billion in revenue, 48,000 employees) and then give a brief description of our clinical service lines, the ambulatory services division, which provides operational and back-office support to our physician practices, and the medical group, which integrates clinical services. Continue reading Planning for the future

Physician Compact

There is a lot of stuff written in the business literature about “corporate statements” and the role they can play in guiding strategic decisions. When done right, I think these foundational documents can be quite effective. Does anyone doubt that Walmart really does focus its efforts every day on its stated mission of “saving people money so they can live better”?  Continue reading Physician Compact