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Funding for capital projects is readily available to health systems of all sizes in 2013, but providers should conduct risk analyses before moving forward.
Program management is a tool that can help healthcare leaders better define and shape new construction or renovation projects and reduce costs.
Hybrid deals are enabling unlikely partners to come together in developing strategies for care delivery and population management.
Research reveals how hospitals' choice of bond-issuing authority affects their debt financing costs.
When traditional funding sources for EHR implementations fall short, healthcare finance leaders can still turn to alternative sources of funding for these critically important undertakings.
When considering options for financing strategic facilities, community health systems have less reason today than they did in the past to bypass third-party capital in favor of tax-exempt bonding.
A rural medical center facing threats of data breaches discovered that hospital IT security investments go beyond just dollars and cents.
As consumers take on more cost responsibilities for their own health care, providers should adopt a more retail-oriented approach to positioning and pricing strategies to stay viable.
From the Chair: Healthcare finance leaders should continue to build the tools and provide the guidance to help pave the path toward a value-based system.
From the Editor: As long as all parties share a clear vision of a seamless, coordinated, patient-centered, and waste-free healthcare system, that goal is within reach.
Healthcare Value: A new set of factors is driving consolidation activity among healthcare organizations.
Healthcare Reform: Leaders should rely on data to define care options, involve patients in care management, and refuse to harm patients in the interest of profit.
Capital Finance: Organizations should consider diversifying their portfolios to maintain purchasing power by adopting an endowment management model.
From the President: Take steps to determine and communicate the value to be derived from investments in IT and in physician integration.
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