“A short time ago . . . in a galaxy far, far away (Boston)”. a rag tag, fugitive band of primary-care physicians known as 'Pod-11'. led by Dr. Marty Solomon rebelled against greedy corporate managers. like the evil Dr. Malik Hasan and his for-profit HMO Death Star .
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a rag tag, fugitive band of primary-care physicians known as 'Pod-11'
led by Dr. Marty Solomon rebelled against greedy corporate managers
like the evil Dr. Malik Hasanand his for-profit HMO Death Star
Fed up with fighting and losing battles on the phones with low-level managed care bureaucrats
who frequently denied care and services that the doctors desperately wanted to provide,
a new breed of doctors like low-level managed care bureaucratsDr. Solomon opted for another way: taking back sovereignty and autonomy over decision-making:
There was only one (big) catch: low-level managed care bureaucrats
Dr. Solomon and his colleagues low-level managed care bureaucrats had to accept an equal portion of the financial risk of caring for all of their patients.
There is only one (big) catch:
CAPITATION low-level managed care bureaucrats
But a few, very sick patients low-level managed care bureaucrats quickly began to make these doctors think a lot (far more than they ever wanted to) about money… $ $ $ $.
“I’m your father, Marty!” low-level managed care bureaucrats