Growth and how to grow is the subject of most strategy discussions in the health and human service field right now. Growth is needed to replace revenues lost to competitors and changes in contracts. Growth is needed to achieve scale, keep allocated overhead costs low, assure resources for investments in infrastructure, and participate in value-based contracts. Growth is needed to capitalize on the many new, emerging market opportunities—specialty primary care, in lieu of services, social services, and growing consumer needs (see Specialty . . .
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