Strong support, financials can help a hospital stay independent
With a tight economy and rising costs, many hospitals look to partnerships and mergers to survive. But if you’re an independent hospital with a long tradition of community service, a partnership or merger could jeopardize your reputation with the community. That’s why any decision to align your organization with another has to be considered carefully—and long before a partnership or merger becomes necessary for your organization’s survival.
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