Posts Tagged ‘ophthalmology’
Will Private Equity's Bull-Rush Into Ophthalmology Drive Growth?
Will private equity’s bull-rush into ophthalmology drive growth? Dick Lindstrom, MD addresses this notion in a podcast he did with Tom Salemi from OIS. Stated investment reasons by doctors (MDs) are access to capital and business expertise. Profit growth, cost reduction, and services aggregation are success drivers for private equity (PE) that I’ve heard. Will…Read More
Private Equity, Ophthalmology and the Rise of the Mega Eye Practice
Only time will tell if private equity can fuel growth in ophthalmology. Are Dick Lindstrom and his partners at Minnesota Eye Consultants (MEC) the tipping point for the spread of the Mega Practice? Is this right for our industry? Private Equity Let’s start with a definition of private equity. Investopedia defines private equity this way:…Read More
What Drives People to Change?
In my experience, people change for their own reasons. For the most part, there are three primary reasons for why people make a change. While these three reasons may be different, they are not mutually exclusive. Change is forced upon them by a competitor. Change is created by an internal desire to achieve an outcome.…Read More