By Market Intelligence Team

In this economy, we're all familiar with financial pressure. Revenues are short, budgets are tight, and there never seems to be enough money to go around. The continuing economic instability means that many organizations (particularly those that are dependent on public funding) have been faced with some very difficult decisions, and that managing an organization’s finances successfully has become a formidable task. Over the course of the past few months, we have covered a plethora of topics—from tax rules, to claims accuracy, to reimbursement rates—all of which impact the way that your organizing does business on . . .
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In this economy, we're all familiar with financial pressure. Revenues are short, budgets are tight, and there never seems to be enough money to go around. The continuing economic instability means that many organizations (particularly those that are dependent on public funding) have been faced with some very difficult decisions, and that managing an organization’s finances successfully has become a formidable task. Over the course of the past few months, we have covered a plethora of topics—from tax rules, to claims accuracy, to reimbursement rates—all of which impact the way that your organizing does business on . . .
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