By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer With tightening margins on key services and the end of public health emergency and related financial support in the offing, executive teams of many health and human service organizations are taking a hard look at their service line portfolios and planning for the year ahead (For more, see Realigning Your Portfolio – What Services Survive? and How To Develop A Strategic Plan: An OPEN MINDS Executive Seminar On Best Practices In Strategy, Portfolio Management & Scenario-Based Planning). One option open to non-profit organizations is to supplement stagnant reimbursement rates with charitable contributions. But, in health and human services, philanthropic contributions…
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