Managing Lender Relationships

Health Care

April 19, 2010
by Kelly Arduino, MA, MBA

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After the excitement of planning for a facility project is over, there is a sigh of relief, but it is brief. Construction begins and with it all the ups and downs that are an inevitable part of even the most carefully planned and monitored project. The end does come and finally your organization is ready to move in and relish all the hard work required to get to this point. But wait, the work doesn’t end, and in fact, from the perspective of the CFO, it’s just beginning… It’s time to start paying for the project.


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