The Rothman Institute is a leader in the field of orthopedic surgery, when it comes to both clinical and research output. The Rothman Institute’s privademic business model is the result of a unique collaboration between the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and the physicians at the Rothman Institute. This unique partnership has allowed the Rothman Institute to position itself in a place to succeed and thrive in an ever-changing healthcare environment.
Practice Management Privademics Academic Practice Private Practice Hospital Employment Organizational Models Public-Private Sector Partnerships Hospital Administration Efficiency
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