BUT INDUSTRY GROWTH STILL SEEMS INEVITABLE
by Murray W. Wolf
A new study found that 52 percent of the healthcare executives who were surveyed do not believe that U.S. health facilities will be able to adequately meet demand during the next five years. They were more concerned about access to capital than anything else, according to the study from McCarthy Building Cos. Inc.
Similarly, the latest installment of the “Financing the Future” series found that nearly one in three hospital CEOs believe that their organizations could fail financially in the next five years. Sponsored by the Healthcare Financial Management Association, GE Healthcare Financial Services and Kaufman Hall & Associates, the survey found that many administrators aren’t implementing strategies that would help them to remain viable.
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