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MCIC Press Release

April 7, 2010

Clinical Integration: Getting It Right the First Time "What Physician Organizations
Need to Know Now!"
to be Subject of New Audio Webcast
April 22, 2010 At 1:30 PM EDT

MANASQUAN, NJ --  April 7, 2010: Physician organizations face difficult, high impact if not irreversible decisions surrounding restructuring to implement clinical integration, FTC guidelines and compliance policy, and the best choice clinical integration model and process to get it right the first time. 

This is compounded by three undeniable facts: Clinical integration is new with little, if any record of sustained success to judge it by; The existence of independent physician organizations increasingly hinges on independent clinical integration; Getting it right the first time…is not optional. 

To help cut through the clinical integration rhetoric addressing high impact decision factors, Clinical Integration: Getting It Right the First Time - “What Physician Organizations Need to Know Now!”, is 60-minute audio webcast scheduled for Thursday, April 22 at 1:30 p.m. eastern time. 

This special senior management level information briefing for physician organization executives is sponsored by the Managed Care Information Center. 

Participants will learn the following significant factors that drive clinical integration success or failure: FTC Guidelines & Compliance - Myths & Reality; Traditional vs. Inventive Clinical Integration Models & Process; Consequences of Procrastination. 

The program presenter is C. Kay Freeman, a nationally recognized author, and consultant, and President and CEO of Health System Strategies based in Atlanta, Georgia. She is also a specialist is organizational strategy, IPA clinical integration, physician practice mergers, physician organizational structures, leadership, governance, and physician hospital joint ventures/integration. 

Low-cost team training. All your team members can listen in. "Attend" this program right in your office and enjoy significant savings no travel time or hassle; no hotel expenses. The program will conclude with a live 'Open Mike' question and answer session, giving participants the opportunity to voice concerns and questions regarding implementing clinical integration. 

For complete details visit:

Address: The Managed Care Information Center, 1913 Atlantic Ave., Ste. 200, Manasquan, NJ 08736; (732) 292-1100, www.themcic.com.