HFM_March_CoverDid you ever wonder where to find an expert on the hot topic du jour? Check out our chapter members who have shared their knowledge by writing articles for hfm magazine. Have you considered contacting them to present at a meeting, be on a panel, or write an article? In March, we published articles from the following HFMA members:

Kathleen D. Sanford, RN, DBA, MBA, MA, FACHE, Colorado Chapter, president and chief nursing officer, Catholic Health Initiatives, Denver, “Integration Requires New Roles and Responsibilities

Marc D. Halley, Northwest Ohio Chapter, president and CEO, The Halley Consulting Group, Inc., Westerville, Ohio, “Avoid Costly Mistakes of the Past

Keith D. Moore, Colorado Chapter, CEO, McManis Consulting, Denver, Katie Eyestone, Colorado Chapter, senior consultant, McManis Consulting, Denver, Dean C. Coddington, senior consultant, McManis Consulting, Denver, “The Healthcare Cost Curve Can Be Bent

Russ Richmond, MD, Massachusetts-Rhode Island Chapter, CEO, Objective Health, Waltham, Mass., “A Better Approach to Cost Estimation

Laca Wong-Hammond, Metropolitan New York Chapter, senior vice president and head of healthcare realestate, Raymond James, New York, and Lorie Damon, Greater St. Louis Chapter, vice president, Raymond James’ Healthcare Finance Group, “To Remain Independent—or Not? Strategies for Assessing Future Positions

Richard A. Speizman, Maryland Chapter, national partner-in-charge, exempt organizations tax practice, Washington National Tax office, KPMG, LLP, Washington, D.C., “Proposed Regs Address New Hospital Tax-Exemption Requirements

William B. Weeks, MD, FHFMA, New Hampshire-Vermont Chapter, professor, The Geisel School of Medicine, Hanover, N.H., “Taxation without Representation

Publication Date: Friday, March 29, 2013