This time last year, I started my blog post with “It’s not new and it’s not old, healthcare organizations continue to make it a priority to evaluate their cost structure on an ongoing basis and identify opportunities to reduce spending while maintaining or improving patient outcomes. Hospitals continue to be under significant competitive pressure to
In this 8 minute webinar Erik shares his thoughts and strategies on improving costs in laundry and linen. You will see some high level laundry market statistics and dive right into some strategies to consider for driving costs out of linen and laundry. This is also geared for the numbers oriented decision maker as
Declining reimbursements and the turbulent landscape of healthcare reform is forcing hospitals just like yours to scrutinize their spending and look for new ways to cut their hospital food service cost. Most institutions address challenges to their bottom lines by targeting their cost-saving efforts at the top spend categories, such as utilities and medical services.
In this age of Healthcare cost reduction strategies, we have always been encouraged to look for the “low hanging fruit”. We all know, there is no such thing as low hanging fruit left out there. Most Healthcare institutions have already addressed these opportunities over the last several years and additional savings opportunities are much harder