Budgeting Development and Nursing Shortages: Views from Academic Hea Out of Stock
With increasing costs and shrinking budgets, academic health center leaders must seek new and creative strategies to maintain or improve the financial viability of their institutions. In the following commentaries, J. Michael Lightsey, MBA, Associate Vice Chancellor for Financial Affairs at University of Mississippi Medical Center, David L. Roberts, MD, Charles F. Evans, Professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine and Medical Director of the Executive Health Program at Emory University, and Gary L. Teal, MBA, Associate Vice President for Health Affairs at Emory University address some of the most critical issues facing academic health centers today: budgeting, development, and nursing shortages.
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