Jackson Memorial Hospital, the anchor of Miami-Dade’s public healthcare system, will lose at least $23 million — or potentially more — under a new system proposed by the Florida Legislature for distributing federal dollars to help hospitals pay for free and reduced cost care provided to the uninsured.
Jackson Memorial Hospital, the anchor of Miami-Dade’s public healthcare system, will lose at least $23 million — or potentially more — under a new system proposed by the Florida Legislature for distributing federal dollars to help hospitals pay for free and reduced cost care provided to the uninsured. C.M. Guerrero el Nuevo Herald
Jackson Memorial Hospital, the anchor of Miami-Dade’s public healthcare system, will lose at least $23 million — or potentially more — under a new system proposed by the Florida Legislature for distributing federal dollars to help hospitals pay for free and reduced cost care provided to the uninsured. C.M. Guerrero el Nuevo Herald

Federal cuts for Florida healthcare mean hospitals — including Jackson Memorial — could lose millions

March 10, 2016 01:34 PM

UPDATED March 10, 2016 06:14 PM

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