the year ahead

Fromberg, Robert
January 2008
hfm (Healthcare Financial Management);Jan2008, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p28
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the setting of priorities which is the core competency for a hospital leader. He stated that realizing the hospital's vision and mission are the ultimate priority for a hospital leader. He added that the need to improve collaboration throughout the organization especially with physicians and staff are the theme of the survey about the New Year's resolutions of the healthcare finance executives.


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