Wednesday, June 03, 2009

New line of business

At BIDMC, we pride ourselves on excellence in strategic planning and implementation. With the proposed changes in reimbursement methodologies in Massachusetts, we have decided that veterinary services are likely to be more profitable. We recently put out the word to the community, and these folks arrived for the opening day sale.

But we are worried about their ability to understand our signage. So we have been working to recruit the right kind of interpreters.

(Thanks to Elizabeth Hur for the photo.)

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Paul,

What a great idea! The BID training future veterinarians--excellent....

Bill

Anonymous said...

Tee hee

Anonymous said...

Perhaps they should be directed to the cafeteria?

John said...

Very good. I hear most pay cash so no billing necessary.

Steve said...

Sounds like a better opportunity. Recruiting the new Chief may be expensive, though.

JH said...

Paul, a creative way to get new volume. Are the doors ADA compatible?

76 Degrees in San Diego said...

ANOTHER hospital survey?

Anonymous said...

Does Harvard have a veterinary school? This could open up a whole new market...

Bill

Paul Levy said...

Tufts does. Time for a merger?

margalit said...

Both the University of Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins do vet surgery. It couldn't hurt! And think of all that $$$ because Pet Insurance is a huge scam.