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Not-for-Profit Hospitals Tighten Oversight as Revenues Fall
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Not-for-profit hospitals are better managed and are learning to do more with less revenue. Now the question is whether or not the sector can continue to find savings in the coming years with much of the low-hanging fruit plucked and an aging demographic increasingly straining resources, Moody’s Investors Service says. Mark Pascaris, vice president and senior analyst at the bond rating agency, says that not-for-profit hospitals will continue to endure a negative credit outlook for the near future because of challenges to top-line revenues.