Report: Economy Forcing Providers to Reevaluate Plans

June 24, 2011
Eighty-five percent of healthcare providers report that their organizations have responded to the economic downturn with cost-cutting measures,

Eighty-five percent of healthcare providers report that their organizations have responded to the economic downturn with cost-cutting measures, according to the latest research report from the Healthcare Informatics Research Series.

The report, Trends in Financial Strategies and Technologies, looks at the specific cost-cutting measures providers are employing to squeeze out inefficiencies. It also outlines the factors affecting IT budgets and examines strategies that have been outlined and implemented to optimize care delivery processes and increase revenues.

The complete market research report is available for purchase online at www.hci-research.com.

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