Regulatory Burden on Hospitals & Health Systems

Reducing regulatory requirements will allow providers to focus on patients, not paperwork.

The data presented in this video is from the American Hospital Association report Regulatory Overload Report: Assessing the Regulatory Burden on Health Systems, Hospitals and Post-acute Care Providers.

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