Historically, a cardinal rule guiding decision making in hospitals was that administrators made decisions on administrative matters, but decisions impacting physicians and their practice of medicine could only be made by other physicians. However, as organizations respond to current cost and quality pressures by making pricing more transparent through bundling of services, these cultural norms must be reexamined. Here are four key challenges that will need to be overcome:

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