Clarian Health in Indiana Lifts Cost Reduction Measures

Indianapolis-based Clarian Health has lifted its temporary cost reduction measures, implemented in Feb. 2009, citing strong financial performance since then, according to a release from Clarian Health.

As a result, Clarian will:
  • Re-start construction of a new tower for Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis;
  • Resume its employee tuition reimbursement programs; and
  • Eliminate salary reductions for vice presidents and above.

Clarian President and CEO Dan Evans congratulated employees for suggesting cost-cutting measures such as eliminating unneeded printing jobs and turning off lights in empty rooms.

Even though the cost reduction measures are lifted, Mr. Evans said the economy remains uncertain and advised employees to "keep a watchful eye on costs, identify and eliminate waste and strive for increased efficiency."

Read Clarian Health's release on cost reductions.

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