Key Messages from Clinical Chairs Committee Meeting May 9, 2017

UPG Interim CFO Beth Allen provided a financial update on revenue and productivity. Financial results from April showed a loss of $2.7M, with work RVUs down significantly. Possible contributing factors include the fact that there were only 20 business days in April, and spring break may have impacted productivity. This trend was similar to the same period in 2016, but because the FY2017 budget was completed before April 2016 the trend was not predicted or reflected in the budget. RVUs are now being monitored on a weekly basis in order to avoid an impact based on Epic training.

The remainder of the meeting was a closed Executive Session with Clinical Chairs and UPG CEO Brad Haws.

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