April 2015 / Vol. 48, No. 9
ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTERS: Mission-Centric Role Models
The health-care market is leading the way, with significant expansion and collaboration within its service sphere. Colleges and universities can learn by example. Full Story »
Senior vice president for strategy at New York–Presbyterian Hospital, Emme Deland draws comparisons between the challenges and changes facing both the health-care and higher education sectors.
Institutions partnering on residential housing projects with third-party developers must evaluate critical credit components of such transactions.
Giving Talent Its Due
Blessed with both senior leadership support and funding, Notre Dame’s training and leadership development activities reach employees at all levels.
High Notes in Nashville
Hit the right note at the NACUBO 2015 Annual Meeting, July 18–21. With its burgeoning cultural scene, from culinary arts to entrepreneurial ventures, Nashville is the perfect location for dynamic professional development.
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Risk and Reward
When it comes to debt management, capital markets value the collaboration of leaders at universities that also operate academic medical centers. Integrating the goals of the two entities generally results in a long-term strategy that improves access to capital.