Is Selling Your Pediatric Practice to a Large Healthcare System the Right Decision?
Sell or stay? It can be tough to know what to do.
In today's healthcare landscape, independent pediatricians often have to fight upstream to maintain viable practices. The demands of meeting government mandates, negotiating payer contracts, and the day-to-day running of a pediatric business can make work-life balance seem like a distant dream.
On top of all this, many independent pediatricians face increasing pressure to sell their practices and become employees of large healthcare systems. While at first this could seem like the antidote to the ongoing stress of surviving as an independent practitioner, many pediatricians who decide to move away from independent practice end up regretting that choice.
In order to help pediatricians make a more informed decision, this white paper will examine the benefits and pitfalls of selling an independent pediatric practice to a large healthcare system.
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