Industry wonders over identity of hospital that paid NY legislator

Each year New York City's hospital executives understandably make the rounds in Albany to try and get more money for their financially-strapped facilities. However, last year some executives allegedly crossed the line, paying Assemblyman Anthony Seminerio hundreds of thousands of dollars to enlist his help in their cause. The federal criminal complaint against Seminerio doesn't name the hospital that supposedly paid him off--so now the state's hospital industry is buzzing with gossip over which one it might be. Article

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