You’ve asked for it: The three most important things I recommend you do for your medical group to thrive in a down economy. Here they are.
1. Control what you can control.
2. Of what you can’t control, influence all you can influence.
3. As to everything else, don’t worry about it.
Recently, a radiologist earning in the range of a mid-level hospital administrator criticized my advice as being “common sense.” But he is living proof that, to quote Voltaire, common sense is not so common.
Thriving is that much easier when your competition is clueless.