A group practice in New York is centralizing business operations with their peers to keep practices independent in the face of rapid physician consolidation. Surviving as a small or independent practice in the current healthcare economy is hard. Providers are competing against large, integrated organizations that are just getting bigger. “There are opportunities to streamline and standardize services through some type of central business structure, whether that be an MSO, a statutory merger, IPA, or some other vertical integration,” suggested Deepak Kapoor, MD. Read more about what Dr. Kapoor attributes IMP’s growth in this article.