"How To Become an e-Healthcare Millionaire" -- MCIC's e-Healthcare Story of the Week
Manasquan, N.J. -- Companies need a sure-fire approach to building strength and success on the Web. This vision of "Net Success" is made up of the "Four Bs" -- big vision, buddies, buzz and brand -- according to Dr. Stan Bernard, MBA, of Bernard Associates. An article featuring these points currently is featured as the e-Healthcare Story of the Week at The Managed Care Information Center's Web site (www.themcic.com).
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Interested managed care/healthcare executives and researchers are encouraged to go to http://www.themcic.com/industry/sow.htm to access the article, "How To Become an e-Healthcare Millionaire." The article is one of several articles provided this week to subscribers of MCIC's free, e-mail newsletter, "Managed Care Weekly Watch."
Other articles featured this week (06/27/00 to 07/04/00) include:
To become a subscriber to "Managed Care Weekly Watch," interested executives can go directly to http://www.themcic.com/free/sow-reg.htm.
- "Caution Needed During 'e' Vendor Relations" -- which examines why many hospitals realize the need to modernize by accepting the new world of e-healthcare;
- "Poll Finds Docs Loathe Healthcare System" -- which shows how hostility has increased between American physicians and the nation's healthcare system, specifically managed care; and
- "Net Incomes Drop for Majority of HIT Companies" -- which shows 68 percent of the companies tracked by MCIC's "Healthcare IS/IT Market Reporter" saw revenues drop during the first quarter ended March 31 compared to the same quarter in 1999.
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