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Philanthropy Yields $9B for NFP Hospitals in 2012



Hospitals that are most successful at raising funds are those that use metrics to determine how to allocate their fundraising resources and those that put an emphasis on major donors, a report on philanthropy finds.



1 comments on "Philanthropy Yields $9B for NFP Hospitals in 2012"
Jay Finney (10/8/2013 at 3:04 PM)

It makes sense that the CTRD is lower for children's hospitals (as I would assume it is for cancer centers) but why would it also be lower for academic medical centers?