FOR MORE ACCURATE MEAL COUNTS: Solucient adopts HFM method

June 2003
FoodService Director;6/15/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on the agreement of the National Society for Healthcare Food Service Management (HFM) and healthcare business information supplier Solucient to utilize average cash cafe transactions as the basis for standardized reporting and benchmarking of food service in acute-care facilities in the U.S. Information on the benchmarking operations of Solucient; Details of the food service offered by hospitals to patients; Statement from Mike Giuffrida, executive director of HFM in Washington.


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