By Monica E. Oss
With Decreasing Rates & More Competition, Are Non-Profit Organizations Sustainable? Can rates be too low? And what happens when "corners are cut" in patient care – and service providers fault low rates? And, in this mix of competition and low rates, can non-profit organizations compete? These are questions that executives of service provider organizations – and our consulting team – deal with every day. A recent Florida case is a case example of what I think is an “iceberg” of a problem in the field. The case is a troubling one. A jury in Polk County awarded $1.1 billion in . . .
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With Decreasing Rates & More Competition, Are Non-Profit Organizations Sustainable? Can rates be too low? And what happens when "corners are cut" in patient care – and service providers fault low rates? And, in this mix of competition and low rates, can non-profit organizations compete? These are questions that executives of service provider organizations – and our consulting team – deal with every day. A recent Florida case is a case example of what I think is an “iceberg” of a problem in the field. The case is a troubling one. A jury in Polk County awarded $1.1 billion in . . .
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