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Could Vermont hospital cuts put patient care in jeopardy?

   August 07, 2020

Vermont hospitals under the UVM Health Network projected at least $115 million in losses this year because of staffing costs and rising pharmaceutical prices. Then COVID-19 hit and shut down moneymaking nonessential services. But through federal aid and cost-cutting measures, the network whittled that projected deficit down to less than $10 million. And we just learned the UVM Medical Center has been able to bring almost 400 employees back from furlough.

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