Hospital Budgets On The Rise As Purchasing Patterns Shift, Survey Finds
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
More than 60% of hospital executives surveyed expect to see increased budgets for overall hospital spending in 2012. However, federal mandates related to health care reform are influencing hospital’s strategic initiatives and their purchasing patterns, according to a recent hospital survey.
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