Roundtable Highlights

September 2011
HealthLeaders Magazine;Sep2011, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p35
The article presents the highlights of a roundtable discussion on healthcare reform and revenue cycle management by hospitals and health systems in the U.S., held in 2011. The participants included Richard O'Donnell, vice president of Trinity Health, Timothy J. Reiner, vice president of Adventist Health Systems, and Thomas Yoesle, chief operating officer of Orlando Health. Topics discussed include the role of technology in healthcare reform and factor that will affect patient utilization.


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