The Changing Role of LTPAC Controllers: Essential Skills Needed for Success

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Today, business-as-usual no longer generates the depth and breadth of revenues that long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) facilities need to help ensure optimal resident outcomes and organizational sustainability. The coronavirus pandemic has proven just how fleeting once-predictable revenues can be as external pressures negatively impact clients, vendors, business partners and others on whom facilities rely.

In this new environment, financial professionals in LTPAC organizations – and controllers in particular – must think and act differently. Not only are new skills needed, but a new mindset is essential.

We have developed a new e-book, “The Changing Role of LTPAC Controllers: Essential Skills Needed for Success,” that offers specialized insight and can help you chart a path forward.

In it, we highlight the following:

  • The traditional role of controllers in LTPAC settings
  • The case for a new breed of LTPAC controller
  • Six essential skills to help controllers approach their roles more expansively and strategically

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