Competitors lead hospital's financial turnaround
Two hospitals in Monterey County, CA, about 60–70 miles south of San Francisco, knew they had a problem in late 2006. The county-owned public hospital, Natividad Medical Center, was hemorrhaging cash to the tune of $25 million that year. It had lost $15 million the year before, and the trend wasn’t looking good.
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