Risk managers see little improvement in income

January 2014
Healthcare Risk Management;Jan2013, Vol. 36 Issue 1, following p3
The article discusses the 2013 Salary Survey conducted by the journal related to healthcare risk management which highlights the slight improvement of the salary of healthcare risk managers for the year 2013.


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