Four ways to save money while running a hospital

The average cost of running a small city hospital is nearly $200,000 a day not including clinicians' wages.

September 1, 2015

There are four basic expenditures you can cut back on while running a hospital, according to an article on the Business Review USA website.

• Many hospitals are saving money on waste removal by separating standard waste from red-bag pathologic waste

• Reworking inbound and outbound shipping strategies can also cut costs

• Change vendors can often lead to better prices

• Switching to energy-efficient, low-amp lighting can also help save money

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