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Heisei, “lost decade”, banking crisis, Kobe, internet bubble and global recession – these are the buzzwords of Japan’s recent economic history. What do all these crises have in common? Government debt. Even before the world economy slipped into recession Japan had amassed the largest (gross) government debt of all the industrial nations. Its latest debt-financed stimulus packages are very likely to send this debt spiralling to over 200% of GDP by 2010 at the latest. Even if the economy is able to escape the recession soon, the next crisis is right around the corner – a sovereign debt crisis. For if, as in the past ten years, the ...
LAS VEGAS – Healthcare reform was on the mind of many healthcare finance executives gathered in Las Vegas Sunday for the start of the Healthcare Financial Management Association's annual ANI conference. Author Ian Morrison told the audience at his keynote speech that providers should expect everything to change. As the new law is put into play, he said, changes in the healthcare payment and delivery systems would require providers to respond with speed, agility, flexibility and innovation. HFMA President and CEO Richard L. Clarke struck the same note in his remarks at the ... Read More
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