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How hospitals and regional health systems should cut costs

February 6, 2018 Article 5 min read
Authors:
Tony Colarossi
Recent politics on healthcare aside, hospital administrators need to spend the time to get their expenditures in line. That includes looking at which costs make your facility stand out. Read more at Becker's Hospital Review.
Doctor working on hospital expenditures It’s time for U.S. hospitals and health systems to slim down their bloated budgets, especially as healthcare systems move through a period of heavy consolidation.

Irrespective of failed congressional efforts in Washington to replace the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) and change how healthcare in reimbursed, hospital administrators should act now to gain the type of efficiencies that have become commonplace elsewhere in corporate America.

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