Premier Specialty NetworkLori Forster2019-08-25T13:37:22-05:00
Innovative Healthcare Provider Model
For Physicians, Hospital CEOs and Clinic Administrators
HOW WE IMPACT YOUR GOALS
PSN is an innovative patent pending healthcare provider model which allows physicians to remain independent and autonomous.
We provide financially sound, flexible opportunities which produce a higher quality work life environment.
Premier Specialty Network provides you enhanced access to a wide variety of specialties allowing you to expand the capabilities of your facility. PSN works with your staff and the physician to ensure the clinic is set up to maximize success. You will receive access to world-class, quality specialists previously unavailable in rural communities!
We are a stabilizing force for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and other clinicians seeking greater autonomy, increased free time, and increased income. We offer assistance in hospital contract negotiation with strategies to provide freelance opportunities.
Fair Market Value Assessments – a unique formula
Credentialing Process – we meet the challenges
Supplementary Services – we provide consultants
While it may appear that some hospital systems manage their affiliated hospitals into non-existence, PSN’s strategy results in an increased profitability for independent hospitals and clinics. We have proven the “fair market value” of our physicians with a 20% growth rate average every year.
The mission of PSN is to preserve quality healthcare in rural communities through partnerships with hospitals, clinics and a network of physicians, specialists and clinicians, while maintaining cost-saving practices. Customized solutions result in the delivery of the highest possible level of care with the most efficient use of available resources, thus improving the sustainability of rural communities.
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