In the first quarter of 2023, the banking sector reached the lowest loan delinquency level since 2005, which contributed to its high Pre-Tax Return on Equity (ROE) of 27.9% in the same period.
The banking industry is undergoing a transformation in the provision of services worldwide. In this Insight, we will review the most important digital trends around the transformation of the sector worldwide and in the Dominican Republic, as well as its impact on customers.
This insight proposes a GMO structure approach that ensures accountability and transparency of federal funds utilization. It can help governments improve responsiveness, combat fraud, waste, error, and abuse, and ensure recipients maximize grant dollars for the benefit of the public.
Puerto Rico’s hospitals face longstanding financial, operational, and human capital challenges. How can hospital administrators improve their financial position without relying on reimbursement increases? How can Operations Managers improve processes while enhancing healthcare workers’ engagement?
In V2A’s PR Banking Report Q4 2022, you will learn how the industry did this past year and how competitive pressure is likely to continue despite the banking consolidation.
Creating a strategic broadband plan does not have to be daunting. Using the proper framework, local governments, state broadband offices, and even private operators can develop and document actionable initiatives for the future.
A finales de 2022, se observó que los indicadores de rentabilidad de los 5 principales bancos en Dominicana llegaron a su nivel más alto de los últimos 6 años.
Puerto Rico’s health system continues to face longstanding funding issues, hospital financial struggles, and a shortage of healthcare workers. Fragmented as the health system is, we have a huge opportunity: to achieve true patient-centricity and fix the provider journey in the healthcare sector.
The leading financial indicators for the Dominican Republic’s Commercial Banking and Savings and Loan Associations were analyzed.
In recent years, most healthcare conversations have been sprinkled with terms like “health disparities,” “health inequalities,” or “health equity.” Per the World Health Organization (WHO), health equity is defined as the absence of unfair and avoidable or remediable differences in health among population groups.