UF RCM Team breaks down budget with mathematical formula
While the world of higher education includes many boasts about high quality programs, great research or student experiences, the last several years in Florida has meant that higher education is a numbers game. How much money does the state university system get, and how that will affect programs? WUFT-FM’s Liz Green spoke with the University of Florida’s Chief Financial Officer Matt Fajak about what has become a complicated numbers game, and a budget system called RCM.
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