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The biggest health system in New York used to make 80% of its revenue from hospitals. A decade later, that's down to half.

By Business Insider  
   June 11, 2019

Health systems are moving more and more of the services once provided in a hospital outside of its four walls. A decade ago, Northwell Health got about 80% of its revenue from caring for patients in hospitals. Now, that's down to about 50%.

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