Dan Goldberg

South Nassau Communities Hospital reports smaller margin:

The poorer financial result was because expenses rose about $13 million year-over-year, mostly because of salary and benefits.

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South Nassau Communities Hospital reports smaller margin

The poorer financial result was because expenses rose about $13 million year-over-year, mostly because of salary and benefits.

Nov. 26, 2014

 
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In 2008, the New York City Board of Healthbecame the first municipality in the nation to implement menu labeling.

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State regs won’t allow medical charity to operate free clinic

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BeneStream gets $1.5 M loan for Medicaid enrollment

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Say action hasn't been forthcoming from administration

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Capital Health Care: Frustrated doctors; de Blasio commissioner at hunger event

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Judge grants T.R.O. in oxygen therapy case

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