Sustainability

Sustainability - the Economics of Health Care
Beyond its specialized product, health care is grounded in the same economic realities as any other business. Careful management, selective growth, and employee satisfaction matter. A viable health care system must be flexible, ready, and able to conform to new realities while still functioning at peak performance. And consistently improving the process yields reduced cost and fosters sustainability.

Sustainability

A quality health care system takes a proactive approach to all of its operations. It anticipates scientific and technological advances. It promotes clinical advancement while providing compassionate care. It closely monitors the ongoing financial and political climate to make informed decisions for the betterment of the patients it serves. To achieve that end, McLaren Northern Michigan carefully and deliberately plans to position itself for the health care challenges ahead.

Operating Margin - a 5-year Overall Health System Comparison
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Health System Bad Debt and Charity Care
Bad Debt & Charity Care