Physician Practice Management: The Doctor is In
A new force of organizing care has begun to emerge designed specifically to restore to physicians the power and influence they've seen drain away. They're called physician practice management (PPM) companies, and they may be the hottest trend in health care. Recently, they've been among Wall St.'s favorite investments over the last couple of years. And they're beginning to attract doctors in large numbers.
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