Redefining Cardio

April 2009
HealthLeaders Magazine;Apr2009, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p33
The article focuses on the impact of the recession on the cardiovascular service line offered in hospitals and health systems. The "HealthLeaders Media Industry Survey 2009" shows that the cardiovascular service has the greatest potential for revenue growth in the coming years. Hospitals are advised to make their services diverse, implement subspecialization, and prioritize physicians.


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