Michigan-based system may cut managers, merge programs
Detroit Free Press, April 3, 2008
Warren, MI-based St. John Health will trim its management staff and consolidate hospital programs to "take nonessential costs out of our operating structure," according to representatives from the health system. The changes are likely to result in some layoffs, and the system has created more than 20 teams to identify redundant programs and procedures.
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