Miami-Dade’s public hospital network, Jackson Health System, is anchored by Jackson Memorial Hospital, pictured here in 2010. On Tuesday, Miami-Dade commissioners voted 13-0 to waive their discretionary authority over the use of Jackson Health’s profits and their power to impose unfunded mandates on the $1.8 billion-a-year system.
Miami-Dade’s public hospital network, Jackson Health System, is anchored by Jackson Memorial Hospital, pictured here in 2010. On Tuesday, Miami-Dade commissioners voted 13-0 to waive their discretionary authority over the use of Jackson Health’s profits and their power to impose unfunded mandates on the $1.8 billion-a-year system. C.M. Guerrero el Nuevo Herald
Miami-Dade’s public hospital network, Jackson Health System, is anchored by Jackson Memorial Hospital, pictured here in 2010. On Tuesday, Miami-Dade commissioners voted 13-0 to waive their discretionary authority over the use of Jackson Health’s profits and their power to impose unfunded mandates on the $1.8 billion-a-year system. C.M. Guerrero el Nuevo Herald

Miami-Dade commissioners vote to let Jackson Health keep profits

June 07, 2016 07:30 PM

UPDATED June 07, 2016 08:26 PM

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