Kaufman Hall analysis shows some improvement in revenues and volumes from April to May ‘22, but hospitals continue to perform below pre-pandemic levels.
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Kaufman Hall analysis shows some improvement in revenues and volumes from April to May ‘22, but hospitals continue to perform below pre-pandemic levels
The many changes that have occurred over the past two years have heightened the challenges that higher education leaders must address. In this blog, we offer some thoughts on what defines strong leadership in higher education.
Capital markets are fueled by translating data into perception, and narratives have always been important in shaping this process. The question today is whether the Fed is losing control over the inflation narrative.
The possibility of breached covenants is a symptom of deeper problems that require an all-hands-on-deck approach to get back on a sustainable path.
Christina Smith is a Vice President in Kaufman Hall’s Performance Improvement practice, specializing in non-labor.
Erik Swanson discusses the key findings from the most recent National Hospital Flash Report and the continued financial struggles of hospitals nationwide in a new Hospital Finance Podcast episode.
The staggering losses reported by many not-for-profit hospitals in the first quarter of 2022 showed deficits that the industry has rarely seen.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon recently warned of a coming economic storm. There are specific actions you can take to brace your organization against what might be a tropical storm or a Category 5 hurricane.
Hospitals and health systems experienced a challenging April as they attempted to stabilize after the winter Omicron surge and amidst a new spike in COVID-19 cases, according to the latest National Hospital Flash Report from Kaufman Hall.
2022 is shaping up to be a difficult year for our clients. Hospital operating margins remained in the red for a fourth consecutive month in April as organizations struggle to rebound from the Omicron surge. Although volumes improved and costs abated slightly in March, this changed in April.
Health system leaders must determine how effectively their real estate portfolio supports the system’s strategic objectives, operational needs, and financial commitments, and how that portfolio might be realigned to better support the system.