Miami Herald, June 9, 2010

For the second straight month, Miami-based Jackson Health System finished with a surplus, but executives said that the money came from one-time charges that would not be repeated. At a meeting of the system's governing board, finance executives said Jackson had a surplus $1.7 million for the month of April, because of a special payment of $9 million related to Medicaid. Still, the system has lost $74.8 million this fiscal year, and may end up with a loss for the year of close to $100 million, the Miami Herald reports.

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