Can Private Capital Help Heal What Ails NY's Struggling Hospitals?

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

medical, hospital, emergency room, ambulance (Fred Mogul/WNYC)

With aging buildings, uninsured patients and cuts from the government, many hospitals across New York State are facing financial problems. There has been talk in Albany that allowing private investment could help improve their prospects, but a proposal by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to do that has run into snags.

WNYC’s Fred Mogul talks with Amy Eddings about some of the things that could be in store for New York’s hospitals, almost all of which now function as non-profits.


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private from USA

ndrew Cuomo to do that has run into snags.almost all of which now function as non-profits.

Mar. 27 2013 10:09 PM

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