PNC Healthcare Matters

Summer 2020 Issue

 

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A Note From Brian Kelly, Head of PNC Healthcare

We’re in this together.

That has been PNC Healthcare’s approach since we created this practice more than 25 years ago. And it holds in the face of today’s challenges.

An important part of our mission is to bring you ideas, insight and solutions that are relevant to the financial health of your organization. We recently hosted a virtual symposium, “Navigating a Changing Landscape” that included a fact-based scientific discussion of the coronavirus, economic forecasts and strategies for raising capital and investing. Access a replay of the virtual symposium.

In this issue of Healthcare Matters, we address how your banking relationship can affect access to capital and the cost of banking services; specific treasury management strategies to harden your defenses against fraud; overcoming pension market headwinds and insight into the new worries patients face today.

I encourage you to explore the articles below and visit pnc.com/healthcare often for strategies that can help improve efficiency and patient satisfaction.


 

Do Relationships Really Matter?

A conversation with Brian Kelly reveals that PNC views a banking relationship as no different from a strong, healthy personal relationship that requires work on the part of both parties to build and grow. It’s a two-way street. 

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Tactics to Strengthen Your Organization in Trying Times

Reducing check use and adopting electronic payment solutions such as RTP®, ACH and mobile apps can improve your business resiliency.


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Strategies for Addressing Pension Market Headwinds

A sharp decline in equity markets coupled with falling discount rates led to potential double digit declines in funded ratios for plans with sizeable equity allocations. A borrow-to-fund strategy should be analyzed as one approach to reducing overall cash expense and balance sheet volatility.

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Consumers Increasingly Worried about Healthcare Costs

A recent survey by AccessOne suggests that offering flexible payment plans may benefit providers while easing patient concerns.


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