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Phns average salary is $38,200, median salary is $38,200 with a salary range from $38,200 to $38,200.
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38,200
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38,200
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38,200
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38,200
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Operations Research Analyst 38,200-38,200 Miami, FL, 33101 2010 Phns Operations Research Analyst Salaries (1)
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  • PHNS Inc
  • Industry: Technology Consulting
  • City: Dallas, TX
  • PHNS is a privately owned company that provides a suite of strategic solutions including information technology, health information management and patient accounting/business office services exclusively to hospitals and multi-facility healthcare systems. Serving more than 400 hospital and healthcare customers across the country, PHNS creates business-healthy hospitals by improving operations, enhancing technology, providing capital dollars and increasing cash-on-hand allowing hospitals to focus on their core competency - patient care.