Recently I was asked about my definition of a dream job. For me, a dream job has always been connected with loving what I do and loving who surrounds me. Individual success with colleagues who support and work with me to achieve broader success feels like a dream job…
Blog: Thought Leadership
With back to school just around the corner, there’s no better time to think about continuing education, and it doesn’t require going to class. Justin Winchiu, Multiview’s CFO, recommends three books for senior leaders and financial executives wanting to continue to shape their ideas and gain a fresh perspective.
For many reasons, ensuring appropriate liquidity for your organization is a critical component of being resilient. Here are ways you can improve your cash flow position.
There are two filing cabinets behind the front desk at my optometrist’s office – To Be Paid and Paid. The simple answer is sometimes the right answer. Sometimes, all you need is excel.
Accountants need to steer clear of the sunken cost trap and force their way into the value measurement position. The leadership team steering the ship needs to keep a steady hand looking at the future.
The Future of Healthcare: Combining Clinical (EMR) and Financial (ERP) Data Will Improve Health System Outcomes
Whether it’s an EMR or ERP or any other new technology needs, all health systems will require the best in the now, and in the next. Multiview can provide tools that better align and allow those particular institutions to grow into what they truly need to be for their communities. Justin DeNegri sat down to discuss the healthcare industry and the shifts he sees as the new way forward.
Justin Winchiu, Multiview CFO, describes the CFO relationship to a Controller through the metaphor of the intertwined chain of events when building a house.
Last week this mug arrived at my doorstep as a gift from our CFO – Justin Winchiu.
It reads, “EBITDAC – Earnings before interest, taxes. Depreciation, amortization – and coronavirus.” A lighter moment in an otherwise serious time.
When Mike, our President & CEO, asked me recently what I was thinking about in terms of the business, I let out a sigh. It was March 18, 2020 and we were staring down a period of economic uncertainty.