CFOs: What 2011 Holds for Hospitals

For the past few years, CFOs have been slashing costs to save their bottom lines from the economic recession. And with economists split over whether the recession will double-dip or maintain a slow recovery, hospital finance leaders are making their own educated guesses for their 2011 strategic plans.

1 comments on "CFOs: What 2011 Holds for Hospitals"
Shelton McBride, RPh, Consultant (9/24/2010 at 2:00 PM)

This is excellent. Would like to see similar responses from CEOs, COOS, CNOs, CPOs, etc. A nice series would be great. We have so many challenges due to the unknowns we face. We are within 100 days of Bush tax cut extensions, not knowing what will happen. So much of healthcare reform has not been detailed so that we know true costs. This approach is helpful to share the thinking of our leadership. Once we know the issues, we can go after the details and the solutions. Good old days? Gone forever.


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