ARM partnerships could help suffering hospitals

There's really no doubt that things are looking bad for hospitals: All patients are tightening their belts, avoiding doctor and hospital visits if at all possible, and with the credit market tightening, hospitals are having trouble getting financing. Meanwhile, they have to spend money to meet new requirements on all sides. Maybe working more closely with accounts receivables management business partners can help relieve a bit of the stress? Article

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