“In good times, your profitable programs may be able to sustain other mission-driven programs with a negative margin. But in a crisis, it’s like putting 10 persons in a lifeboat for eight. You can’t afford to have programs that drain your resources,” said Howard Snyder, Director of Business Development at Active Day. He spoke to OPEN MINDS about portfolio management strategies before and during the pandemic. Active Day, a 30-year-old organization, provides adult day health services in the United States. With more than 100 centers in 12 states, the organization serves 8,000 . . .
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