Calif health system is winning financial crisis

Calif health system is winning financial crisis


A large California hospital suspended the major explosives expired on Tuesday and the two cities rejected the funding of one of the organizations in order to provide a balanced supply of carbon dioxide products. a tax rate of up to 25% of the budget.

The aim is Stanford Health Care at Livermore and Palo Alto, Calif., Where the United States West (SEIU) Health Care Team (NHS) volunteers support funding 115 percent of the cost of direct intervention by requiring the providers to pay more money to the patients or lend a loan.

Prior to the election, Stanford said that as long as he could stop the process to build a new home and rebuild homes now. The health center also warns that it can end up paying a salary if the program is over.

The steps shown earlier in SEIU. In 2014, the team stopped voting for medical treatment around the world after negotiations with the California Medical Association.

Initially SEIU wanted to work in five cities where Stanford had a tool, but only two visitors. Palo Alto's parliamentary council has taken a stand against the challenge, said Duane Dauner, former former California Medical Hospital chairman, who works as the opposition leader.

Dauner says SEIU uses ballot polls for access to free medical services without interruption.

The association, which has disregarded the development and development of human resources and the reduction of medical health and medical bills in the war, has failed to provide support for the elimination of the opposition.

SEIU in local settlements used Stanford's Health Monitoring numbers to compete voters to support the measures, recognizing that the overall rate of growth increased to 4.5 billion dollars over the next five years. previous.

"The rate of 52 percent compared to the amount of living in the Bay Area of ​​17% during that time," SEIU said in the release.

Stanford Health Care emphasized that the bill would not prevent the accused from challenging the allegations but provided benefits to large insurance companies. Wine farmers will collect most of the funds without having to return them to the sick, the hospital said.