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The Devil is in the Details; Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing
​ In the United States, we are fortunate to have one of the best quality health care delivery systems in the world.  Unfortunately, even in a country with an economy as prosperous as the United States, the access to this quality care is still a challenge for many Americans.  While the quality in many ways is unmatchable at the international stage, the system itself has been consistently driving up the national deficit every year. The cost of care not only causes friction with access, but also the health ...
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HIMSS ’18 has come and gone, but there was one topic that really stood out from the rest – culture. Culture isn’t always the first, or even second…
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