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Stanching hospitals' financial hemorrhage with information technology. There are three key revenue cycle areas where hospitals can turn cash leakage into profitability



Stanching hospitals' financial hemorrhage with information technology. There are three key revenue cycle areas where hospitals can turn cash leakage into profitability



Health Management Technology 24(8): 12-16




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