The health sector represents approximately 18% of the US economy, of this sector hospitals are the largest component. Today, hospitals are looking forward to cuts in reimbursement, changing attitudes toward quality of care, increased focus on readmissions and unnecessary admissions, health reform and new reimbursement models emerging such as Accountable Care Organizations and accountability for outcomes (clinical, satisfaction with care, financial).
GAO’s Flawed Analysis Paints Wrong 340B Picture
The main thrust of the report is that 340B needs better federal oversight, identifies areas of the program that need clarification and warrant discussion. But the government should not act upon the findings because the review was flawed and undermined by sampling bias and size.
Part II: Who Benefits from Glass Whiteboards
Glass whiteboards are a great tool for organizing staff schedules and keeping meetings quick and painless. One of our biggest customers tend to be hospitals, who love the how glassboards are incredibly durable, easy to clean and are a much cleaner, safer board than the traditional whiteboard.
Choosing a Real Estate School
So you've decided to get your real estate license. Congratulations! You're in for one of the most rewarding, and satisfying career changes of your life. If you’ve made up your mind to get your license in the next few months, you’ll need to find a school and get going as soon as possible. First check your state’s Department of Business and Professional Regulations page on the steps you’ll need to take to obtain your license.
What Does the 2013 Real Estate Forecast Look like? « porchlightgroup
As we enter this great New Year, we’re left with many questions about our Nation’s economy, and more importantly, what it means for our own financial situations. These past few years have been rough on many families, and it’s no surprise that everyone is looking for the light at the end of the tunnel.
Part I: Thinking About a Career in Real Estate?
Many Americans feel like they've been on the employment roller coaster over the past five years; the economy has been shaky and their enthusiasm for a better future is dwindling. They tune into real estate shows and watch agents selling million dollar homes for commissions that could pay their entire year's worth of expenses.
Taking your Real Estate Career Higher in 2013
As a top real estate company in the mile high city, we understand that the sky is the limit when it comes to your real estate business. If you’ve made it through the recession as a real estate agent then you know you can be successful in this industry, and you’ve probably found ways to turn the national recession and real estate bubble burst into an opportunity to find first-time homebuyers properties, as well as capitalize on the investors who have flooded the market.