Hospitals doing more with less
A compelling PubMed article entitled “Retooling Without Layoffs” highlighted the great need of hospitals to intelligently cut expenses while maintaining their greatest strength: people.
What’s interesting is that the article was written in 1996, before either recession hit (the aim then was to retool in preparation for expected restrictions in the growth of the Medicare and Medicaid programs.)
What the successful hospitals in the article learned was that the pink slip usually isn’t the best way to achieve cost reductions.
With the medical industry once more in a severe crunch to reduce operating costs, hospitals are again looking to do more with less.
Here’s a look at some of those who are doing it well… Continue reading “Hospitals Doing More with Less”