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Senior Care Services
By Jim Watson
Healthcare providers are planning to invest in home health, palliative and end-of-life care, and geriatric caretakers in the coming years.
By John Gragg
For some healthcare providers, a combined budgeting approach using advanced statistical forecasting techniques in conjunction with a rolling budget process provides an optimum balance between traditional budgeting techniques and future forecasting methodologies.
By Bruce Greenblatt and Kim Mobley
The market will remain highly competitive for executives and physicians with the leadership skills needed to navigate change, ensure strategic success, and facilitate innovation. To attract these leaders, organizations must be flexible when setting compensation levels.
Enterprise Risk Management
By Ed Avis
“As part of the overall leadership team, the CFO should be asking tech leadership for a cost/risk reduction analysis for each technological expenditure requested to remedy identified vulnerabilities and gaps,” says John Riggi of AHA.
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By Scott Engel and Orlando Ramos
Peer comparisons help hospitals recognize that performance improvement opportunities exist and give them evidence that their peers are executing on those opportunities. With that information, leadership teams are motivated to pursue targeted corrective actions.
By William Marty Martin
Crowdfunding can increase investor participation and engagement between project initiators and potential funders, as well as raise awareness of neglected health issues.
Real Estate Management
By Ed Avis
Tax liabilities, subleasing, permitted uses, and even HIPAA need to be considered when preparing healthcare facility leases.
Figure at a Glance
Medicare enrollment will increase by approximately 44 percent by 2030. After that time, the numbers will increase at much slower rates.