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Stephen Archer

Fri, 08/30/2013 - 02:47

In reply to by Tony Sanfilippo (not verified)

Tony I agree. With disclosure and sharing of revenue an outside activity might quickly change from being perceived as an activity which only benefits one person to one which is part of "practice building". For example if a physician were to provide an officially sanctioned service in another city to build referral to our programs of distinction that might be viewed as win-win. The individual could be allowed to generate some revenue, our program would benefit and we would have control over how much work is done off site, how often and by whom. Currently, the outreach is "unofficial" and neither the Division, Dept or SEAMO get credit for the work done nor does the Dept of Division capture funds to compensate for the time spent by individuals who is occupied with out of scope work.

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