After Miami-Dade voters approved a referendum in November 2013 to upgrade the county’s public hospital system with $830 million in bonds payable through a property tax hike, Jackson Health System Chief Executive Carlos Migoya — shown celebrating the election results with University of Miami's President Donna Shalala (left) — promised transparency in spending those dollars.
After Miami-Dade voters approved a referendum in November 2013 to upgrade the county’s public hospital system with $830 million in bonds payable through a property tax hike, Jackson Health System Chief Executive Carlos Migoya — shown celebrating the election results with University of Miami's President Donna Shalala (left) — promised transparency in spending those dollars. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF
After Miami-Dade voters approved a referendum in November 2013 to upgrade the county’s public hospital system with $830 million in bonds payable through a property tax hike, Jackson Health System Chief Executive Carlos Migoya — shown celebrating the election results with University of Miami's President Donna Shalala (left) — promised transparency in spending those dollars. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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