Miami-Dade’s Jackson Health System reported a $15 million budget surplus for the year ending Sept. 30, marking the sixth straight year of profitability at the once financially troubled public hospital network. But challenges await in 2018 as legislators consider cutting funds for hospitals to care for uninsured.
Miami-Dade’s Jackson Health System reported a $15 million budget surplus for the year ending Sept. 30, marking the sixth straight year of profitability at the once financially troubled public hospital network. But challenges await in 2018 as legislators consider cutting funds for hospitals to care for uninsured. Hector Gabino El Nuevo Herald File
Miami-Dade’s Jackson Health System reported a $15 million budget surplus for the year ending Sept. 30, marking the sixth straight year of profitability at the once financially troubled public hospital network. But challenges await in 2018 as legislators consider cutting funds for hospitals to care for uninsured. Hector Gabino El Nuevo Herald File

Jackson Health posts a profit again — but are cuts coming to hospital funding?

November 29, 2017 05:58 PM

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