New Jersey hospital leader criticizes governor's budget as 'divisive'
Newark Star-Ledger, March 3, 2008
Richard Miller, the president and CEO of Virtua Health and the newly installed chairman of the New Jersey Hospital Association, has attacked Gov. Jon Corzine's proposed budget, labeling it a "divisive document" that will end up pitting "one worthy institution against another." Miller predicted the more than $100 million in cuts would lead to "a rash of unplanned hospital closures" and create a "healthcare access crisis" affecting New Jersey residents.
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