Seeing black

Hutchison, Andy
August 2002
Fairfield County Business Journal;8/19/2002, Vol. 41 Issue 33, p11
Focuses on the financial stability of hospitals despite economic slump in Connecticut. Mechanisms in overcoming shortage of staffing and increasing technology cost; Excess of operating revenues; Efforts to conserve energy and save money.


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