Mergers are just one avenue to achieving the changes required in the shift to value-based care.
Charles Santangelo has been a CFO long enough to appreciate the extraordinary changes in his responsibilities in the aftermath of the Patient Protection andAffordable Care Act and other healthcare reforms.
Where once he and other CFOs were essentially entrusted with overseeing the nuts and bolts of finance and accounting, today their roles have been dramatically transformed. “The healthcare model I came up in from a provider standpoint obviously is no longer,” says Santangelo, CFO at not-for-profit Susquehanna Health, a four-hospital integrated health system based in Williamsport, Penn.
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