Spotting the Turnaround

August 2009
HealthLeaders Magazine;Aug2009, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p39
The article discusses financial and economic issues affecting improvement in the U.S. health care sector's market condition. According to some market experts, factors such as employment rates, state and federal trends and reimbursement rates are indicators of healthcare improvement. According to economist David Wyss, government reimbursement is a big issue facing health care in the aspect of revenue. The impact of unemployment on the health care system is also emphasized.


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