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Creating a Successful Physician Enterprise in Academic Health Systems

Many academic medical centers (AMCs) have evolved into academic health systems (AHSs) by building or joining large delivery systems to ensure their continued access to patients, teaching settings and a leadership role in their market. Many of these AHSs now employ growing numbers of full-time clinicians alongside their traditional faculty physicians, most of whom are part-time clinicians. While some of these full-time clinicians have faculty appointments, the vast majority have limited involvement in education or research and no expectation for meaningful scholarly contributions.

This paper explores the approaches and lessons learned from assisting numerous organizations in building physician enterprises that support the journey from AMC to market-leading AHS.

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