Henry Ford Health System posts gains
The Henry Ford Health System last year overcame lackluster investment returns and ever-growing costs to care for uninsured people to make $21.5 million on $4.22 billion in revenues, down from a $60-million gain the year before. But the health system, the region’s largest, with five hospitals, 24,000 employees and 36 primary care centers in southeast Michigan, continued to show gains in hospital admissions.
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