In March 2006, the Vice President of Business Development and Finance of the University of Virginia Health System, completing the last-minute details in preparation for a board meeting, where he earned his proposal to build a new long-term acute care (LTAC) present hospital. Since 1999, when the Board rejected his first proposal for the construction of a LTAC LTAC facilities changed rules on what gives him hope that the project now has a good chance of success.

In March 2006, the Vice President of Business Development and Finance of the University of Virginia Health System, completing the last-minute details in preparation for a board meeting, where he earned his proposal to build a new long-term acute care (LTAC) present hospital. Since 1999, when the Board regarding LTAC rejected his first proposal for the construction of a LTAC, regulations, institutions have changed, it is the hope that the project now has a good chance of success.
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Kenneth Eades,
Nili Mehta
Source: Darden School of Business
10 pages.
Release Date: 27 August 2012. Prod #: UV6518-PDF-ENG
University of Virginia Health System: The Long-Term Acute Hospital project HBR case solution