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Make Adaptability a Lasting Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Thursday, March 26, 2020 | Joel Sauer | 0 Comments


“It has been nothing short of amazing to watch the MedAxiom Community respond and react to the coronavirus pandemic.” stated Joel Sauer, EVP, MedAxiom Consulting. Hear why he feels we must continue to be adaptable once the current level of crisis is over. 

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Physician/Hospital Alignment Part 2: Moving From Transactional Integration to Transformational Integration

Monday, December 30, 2019 | Joel Sauer, EVP, Consulting & Terri McDonald, VP, Consulting | 0 Comments


In Physician/Hospital Alignment Part 1: Alignment Still Eludes Many Integrated Programs, we discussed how despite the fact that more than 80 percent ...

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Physician/Hospital Alignment Part 1: Alignment Still Eludes Many Integrated Programs

Friday, December 20, 2019 | Joel Sauer, EVP, Consulting & Terri McDonald, VP, Consulting | 1 Comment


Less than two months ago MedAxiom polled top cardiovascular leaders from across the country during the Fall’19 CV Transforum to identify their ...

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Heart Failure Cardiologists Earn Less, Produce Less than Other Cardiologists

Thursday, September 5, 2019 | Joel Sauer | 0 Comments


The 2019 Cardiovascular Provider Compensation and Production Survey has been released. Joel Sauer shares insights about the heart failure data that made its debut in the report this year.

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I want healthcare like my dog!!

Thursday, June 6, 2019 | Joel Sauer | 2 Comments


Human and animal healthcare are different, but why shouldn’t we expect the same level of communication and care coordination that vets provide. Joel Sauer explains why he feels the care his family dog Roxy has received has made such a difference from maintaining regular check-ups to making more advanced care decisions.

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Why is Cardiology Compensation still on the Rise?

Thursday, May 2, 2019 | Joel Sauer | 2 Comments


It was been predicted that total compensation for cardiologists would go down in 2019 based on data from 2018. Joel Sauer provides a couple solid theories on why that has not happened as well as the data from the 2019 MedAxiom survey.

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