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Maximizing the bottom line for healthcare executives

Elderly male senior citizen talking with a doctor.
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Senior care benchmark study identifies $17 million in operating improvements
A senior living organization uses the power of benchmarking to discover $17 million in operations improvements and sets sights on new markets for future growth.
Patrick McCormick
Case Study November 28, 2017 1 min read
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Why distressed hospitals need better internal audit controls
Many U.S. hospitals face similar challenges — missed opportunities in insurer and physician contracts, staff retention, fluctuating patient volumes — and as a result are breaching contractual obligations with their banks. Greater internal audit controls can flag issues early, helping avert crisis. Read more at Becker’s Hospital CFO.
Tony Colarossi
Article November 10, 2017 4 min read
Nurse in hospital room
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Seven essentials for healthcare IT project assurance
Today's healthcare information technology projects pose new demands and challenges that can only be met with strong project delivery practices. These seven best practices can help you better manage resources, communications, and expectations — and achieve success.
Linda Bailey-Woods
Article July 10, 2017 5 min read
Senior man laying  and smiling at his male caretaker
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The physician compensation conundrum
Neither the survey method nor cash flow analysis gives health system executives all the information needed to determine physician compensation. These four considerations help bridge the gaps.
Matt Wescott
Article May 31, 2017 4 min read

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