Rio Grande Medical Group
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This paper discusses the Rio Grande Medical Group (RGMG) in Texas in terms of its ongoing operations. The paper explores several operational concerns of the group, namely, the lack of budgetary control and oversight; the employee relations difficulties and customer service concerns. The author contends that the recommended solution is a training program consisting of three modules that address each of these operational areas which will be directed at the RGMG management and staff.
From the Paper:"The Rio Grande Medical Group (RGMG) is a multi-specialty medical practice group consisting of 35 practicing physicians in Texas. RGMG is owned and managed by physicians and is organized into five clinical areas of concentration: 1) Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2) Pediatrics, 3) General Practice, 4) Urology, and 5) Orthopedics. Each clinical department is directly managed by a practicing physician acting as the clinical head. Because of the number of support and medical staff required to maintain the operations of a medical group with 35 practicing physicians is substantial, a number of operational problems have begun to emerge that are interfering with the quality of care, revenue maintenance, and human resource concerns within RGMG. Problem Statement The number one observation is that physicians are not necessarily managers. In fact, those that attempt to manage the business functions of their practice while still being the primary medical provider ..."
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Rio Grande Medical Group (2005, December 01) Retrieved October 18, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/business-plan/rio-grande-medical-group-88087/
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