Hospitals and health systems are among the most capital-intensive organizations in the healthcare industry.
They invest millions in capital assets each year, a significant portion of which is spent on acquiring clinical and IT equipment. In fact, the average U.S. hospital carries over 19,300 connected medical devices and clinical assets on its books.
When it comes to financial performance, institutional investors increasingly promote Return on Invested Capital (ROIC) as an evaluation tool because of its link to creating long-term value for the organization.
ROIC is a key indicator for how efficiently an organization generates cash flow compared to the capital it has invested in the business...
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