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Sponsored Content: Healthcare Insights: Bending the Healthcare Cost Curve

Hospitals and health systems are facing an exceptionally turbulent period. According to Kaufman Hall, 2022 was the worst financial year for hospitals since the beginning of the pandemic, and about half of U.S. hospitals ended 2022 with negative profit margins. Many factors influence this negative economic performance, including staffing shortages, pharmaceutical and supply cost escalation, and… Read more »

Sponsored Content: How to Select the Right Garage Door for Your Home

Selecting the right garage door for your home is crucial for both aesthetic and functional reasons. With the right guidance, you can choose a garage door that not only enhances the curb appeal of your home but also provides you with a durable and reliable solution. In this article, we will discuss the key aspects… Read more »

Sponsored Content: 4 Ways Equipment Management Can Lower Insurance Premiums

Death and taxes may be inevitable, but contrary to what some may think insurance doesn’t have to fall into the category of inevitable and insurmountable challenges—especially for the construction industry. While current challenges to the industry can also create FUD for the insurance industry (fear, uncertainty, doubt), advances in equipment management technologies can also ease… Read more »

Sponsored Content: 6 Ways Construction Fleet Management Software Solves Problems

Having the right construction fleet management software is essential for modern contractors and is needed for immediate problem solving on jobsites, in the shop, and everywhere in between. Equipment tracking and managing your personnel and finances in real-time saves time and money. The more streamlined and effective your asset management suite, the better your return… Read more »

Sponsored Content: Solving 5 Equipment Maintenance Challenges with Technology

Equipment is the life blood of any construction company. It is the biggest line item on the balance sheet, essential to a timely and cost-effective completion of jobs, a major factor in the success of a company’s safety record, and the fastest way to grind projects to a halt when there are breakdowns.