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May 12, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Lee Ferber, CPA, partner-in-charge of the Gettry Marcus Business Advisory Group and Co-Chair of the firm's Health Care Consulting Group, discusses steps that medical groups should take to ensure that they stay up to date on the latest developments in health care accounting in an article published by Group Practice Journal titled "Facing the Accountable New World - What Medical Groups Need to Do Today.
In a similar tone, Mark Miller writes in the American Medical Group Association Group Practice Journal that there are essentially only four variables that make up the lion's share of variance in physician satisfaction in the surveys that group does:
He has published articles on Hospital Medicine in The Hospitalist, Managed Care Interface, Managed Care Executive, Resident & Staff Physician, and Group Practice Journal and is on the Editorial Board of Hospitalist and Inpatient Management Report.
Eight Essential Rules of Capitation Contracting Group Practice Journal, 44(4):42-44, July/August 1995
Preparing for 2000 and Beyond Through Physician Group, Hospital, and Health Plan Integration," Group Practice Journal, November/December 1994, pages 38-43.