Texas-based JPS board seeks ’new direction’ with interim chief
Fort Worth Star-Telegram, May 23, 2008
Texas-based JPS Health Network has appointed Senior Vice President Robert Earley, a former state representative and healthcare consultant as interim chief executive. Earley said he will listen to JPS board members, the medical staff and taxpayers in determining how to move the public hospital forward. Recent revelations have roiled the taxpayer-financed healthcare system, particularly concerning scathing reports by Houston-based consultant InSight Advantage.
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