|Thursday, December 21, 2017 (62 reads)|
There’s more competition than ever for healthcare capital dollars. Decreasing reimbursements, a rise in the number of services offered and a drop in patient volume mean a shrinking revenue pool for capital projects. Given this rationing situation, it is more important than ever that capital expenditure requests fully outline the benefits and costs of undertaking a new service or replacing an old asset. Requests should also answer a series of questions.