Miami Herald, June 7, 2010

Last year, cash-strapped Jackson Health System gave $8.9 million to its nonprofit foundation to lure international patients. On paper, the results were great: $21.2 million in net profit "after all costs," according to Foundation Health Services. But some healthcare experts and Miami-Dade politicians question whether the numbers are real. They wonder if international marketing is yet another example of what some view as a dysfunctional public health system that lost $244 million last year, the Miami Herald reports.

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