Massachusetts-based Partners HealthCare trims its quarterly losses
Massachusetts-based Partners HealthCare narrowed its loss in the second quarter, but still reported a $151 million deficit through the first half of its 2009 fiscal year, largely because of investment declines. The slumping investments, which are used to support expansion, have forced the healthcare system to scale back on a five-year building program across Eastern Massachusetts.
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