ALSO NOTED: Moody's downgrades UHS; Baby boomer wave drives up value of healthcare properties; and much more...

> As baby boomers age, they're likely to drive a steep rise in the value of healthcare properties, according to a new report. Article

> Moody's has downgraded Universal Health, concerned about its debt ratio and operations environment. Article

> A Florida hospital is telling its constituents that it's not worried about losing $1 million in potential funding, and that it will go ahead with plans to build a 50-bed patient tower. Article

> It's yet another tale of hospital financial woes: A Chicago-area not-for-profit hospital beloved in its community will probably have to close. Article

And Finally...  This man actually was late to his own funeral. Article

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