If you can get 15 hospitalist to show up and stay for 45 minutes, you will have half the battle won as far as I'm concerned! lol
Anyway, I would suggest looking over your audit results and see what it is they are doing well and where they need to improve. That way you can organize and go over the most pressing issues first so you don't run out of time.
Another thing is be sure and point out the positive. This can make a big difference in their feelings toward you.
Hopefully this will not be the only time you get to meet with them. It can be very nerve racking going into a room full of doctors you haven't dealt with before. You have no idea what they are like or how they will react. Just be sure and have all your ducks in a row (ie examples, guidelines, requirements, etc..) and stay positive.
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