S&P: Healthcare Getting a Grip on Expenses
Overall access to capital still requires financial leaders to pursue and possibly blend a variety of options to meet the growth needs of the facility. However, Arrick noted that in terms of getting access to that money, hospitals and health systems are now in a much better overall financial position to do so. "Virtually every number has improved," he said. "We are seeing more positive than negative—and that speaks to the credit stabilization."
Karen Minich-Pourshadi is a Senior Editor with HealthLeaders Media.
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