Maryland slot machines may pay for new hospital; Bronx hospital lets uninsured trade art skills for healthcare;

> Maryland officials are considering using revenues from slot machines to pay for Prince George's County's planned hospital, reported The Washington Post. Article

> Cleveland Clinic unveiled a 50-year design plan that involves long, green outdoor courtyards running through the campus, reported The Plain Dealer. The plan aims to eliminate a crowded, disorienting and chaotic environment. Article

> Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx, N.Y., is letting uninsured artists use their skills to pay for healthcare, according to the New York Daily News. For each hour worked, artists earn 40 credits (equal to $40) to put toward doctor visits, prescriptions or surgeries. Article

> Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston is looking for new hires with experience and initiative, the lead staffing consultant told The Boston Globe. The hospital also appreciates new perspectives employees can bring from other industries. Article

> Geisinger Health System in Pennsylvania received approval for acquiring Scranton's Community Medical Center to be effective Feb. 1, reported The Times Leader. Geisinger signed the definitive agreement last July. Article

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