A Bronx tale: Search for funds

Zigmond, Jessica
February 2009
Modern Healthcare;2/23/2009, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports that El Nuevo San Juan, a federally qualified community health center in the Bronx, New York, will benefit from the $2 billion allocated by the U.S. Congress for community health centers to support construction, renovations and repairs, investments in health information technology (IT) and healthcare services. The apportionment is part of the government's $787 billion economic recovery package for 2009. Similarly, the Indian Health Service will receive about $500 million to update its health clinics and hospitals.


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