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athenahealth: How Leaders Stay Abreast of Regulatory Changes

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athenahealth: How Leaders Stay Abreast of Regulatory Changes

When it comes to staying abreast of changes in health care, nearly 90 percent of healthcare leaders who responded to pulse interview conducted at HFMA’s Annual National Institute (ANI) in June 2017 about changes to government payment and regulatory requirements

When it comes to staying abreast of changes in health care, nearly 90 percent of healthcare leaders who responded to a pulse survey conducted at HFMA’s Annual National Institute (ANI) in June 2017 about changes to government payment and regulatory requirements feel very confident that they are staying informed about these topics. Download the infographic here.

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