SPOTLIGHT: Dimensions Healthcare gets its $5M


Maryland's Dimensions Healthcare System has officially gotten approval for its promised $5 million from benefactor Prince George's County Council, which should keep it afloat for a few weeks. Now, the hard part begins--figuring out how to stay solvent after the money runs out. It was spared one blow, however. Rather than being forced to give a majority of its board seats to PG County-chosen board members, the deal only specifies that the hospital system board will be "reconstituted." Article

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