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Opinion: More signs of financial trouble for hospitals

Opinion: More signs of financial trouble for hospitals

Signals that Mississippi hospitals are headed for a day of financial accounts continue to grow. The Mississippi Today website reports that Merit Health Central, a Jackson hospital, has moved “or plans to move its cardiovascular services, neonatal intensive care unit, and endoscopy to other Merit Health locations outside of Jackson.” It is also closing its …

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In letter, Pac-12's George Kliavkoff cites 'significant' financial and mental health issues regarding UCLA's move to the Big Ten

In letter, Pac-12’s George Kliavkoff cites ‘significant’ financial and mental health issues regarding UCLA’s move to the Big Ten

In a letter to the University of California board of trustees ahead of a closed session Thursday to discuss UCLA’s proposed move to the Big Ten conference, Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff detailed the “significant concerns” he had with the move, including student-athlete mental health, increased travel and operating costs, and negative impacts on Cal’s revenue …

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In letter, Pac-12's George Kliavkoff cites "significant" financial and mental health issues at UCL...

In letter, Pac-12’s George Kliavkoff cites “significant” financial and mental health issues at UCL…

In a letter to the University of California board of trustees ahead of a closed session Thursday to discuss UCLA’s proposed move to the Big Ten conference, Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff detailed the “significant concerns” he had about the transfer, including its effect on the mental health of student-athletes, increased travel and operating costs, and …

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More than 7 million seniors in the United States have mental declines that threaten their financial skills

More than 7 million seniors in the United States have mental declines that threaten their financial skills

By Alan Mozes Health Day Reporter (Health Day) MONDAY, Sept. 19, 2022 (HealthDay News) — As Americans age, millions eventually struggle with dementia or some level of memory impairment and a reduced ability to think clearly and make decisions. Yet a new study indicates that despite these serious challenges, many seniors continue to manage their …

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