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Top Priorities for Internal Audit in Healthcare Provider Organizations

Susan Haseley, Managing Director at Protiviti, Inc. and Mike Fabrizius, AHIA
The role of internal auditors is increasingly becoming more strategic in healthcare organizations according to the latest findings from Protiviti/AHIA's coveted 2012 Internal Audit Capabilities and Needs Survey. This webinar will reveal top healthcare priorities and the expanding importance of internal auditors' role in overall performance and management.
May 31 2012
93 mins
Top Priorities for Internal Audit in Healthcare Provider Organizations
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