Saturday, January 28, 2012 Like every management position in health and human services, the chief financial officer (CFO) role has been "refocused" in recent years. It's not that the traditional financial management tasks have gone away – they remain as important as ever. Your CFO still needs to manage cash and collections, optimize purchasing and payroll, lead insurance risk management initiatives, and deal with taxes. But with the increasing changes to how the U.S. payers (both employers and government) finance service systems and how service provider organizations are paid, most organizations need new business models for continued organizational sustainability. And,…
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