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HEADACHES FOR HOSPITALS — Larger operations can give aid to struggling rural hospitals

An estimated 40 percent of rural hospitals in the country are operating at a loss, and the situation is getting worse for many rural hospitals not affiliated with larger healthcare facilities because of increased government regulations combined with reduced reimbursements. Closure of a rural hospital can have a devastating impact on a small community that is already losing population and ...

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Henry Jones’ management philosophy built on high expectations

As we approach the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, one of the records that athletes from around the globe will be trying to beat is in the high jump. Javier Sotomayor from Cuba set the world record in this event in 1993 at 2.45 meters. The image of well-trained competitors striving to propel themselves higher and higher strikes a chord ...

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