Health care budgets are squeezed tighter than ever, and governments are increasingly shifting risk onto providers. Organisations can no longer afford to devote precious resources to activities that will not benefit them in the interconnected, value-based world that we are heading towards.
But as the adage goes, old habits die hard. As we settle into 2020, it is more vital than ever that we stop pursuing activities that won’t serve us in the future, to free up resources for success as we move forward.
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