Boston hospital quits lobby association
Caritas Christi Health Care System, New England’s second-largest hospital chain, has resigned its membership in the Massachusetts Hospital Association. Caritas Christi representatives said the chain could not justify the expense of belonging to the association, which they said was about $700,000 a year. It is the first time a hospital has resigned from the Association since 2003.
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