N.Y. Hospitals Suffered $438 Million Loss In 2000; Data Of Healthcare Association Reports On 224 Facilities

December 2001
Insurance Advocate;12/1/2001, Vol. 112 Issue 45, p38
Focuses on the results of Healthcare Association of New York State's annual report on the financial condition of hospitals released by the November 21, 2001. Total approximate amount of losses for New York's hospitals since 1997; Estimated amount needed by hospitals to adequately prepare for terrorist-related threats; Disaster preparedness areas which require funds.


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