measure and report what matters and it will make a difference

Giniat, Edward J.
February 2009
hfm (Healthcare Financial Management);Feb2009, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p82
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the fragility of the healthcare systems in the U.S. He argues that the recession really affects the country's health care, and the new administration promises to bring forth change to the healthcare systems. Moreover, the author suggests that each organization requires support from the top down, and risk and controls must be managed properly.


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