An attempt to save a hospital deep in financial debt....the state's only physician owned for profit hospitals...BD 

Eighty-nine employees at Hawaii Medical Center will lose their jobs at the end of June when the hospital outsources work in its administrative departments.

The head of HMC said the company took the steps to "help save the hospitals," which were financially troubled even before their sale by a Roman Catholic religious order to a for-profit company in 2007.  HMC officials said Tuesday that it will contract out its business office, call center, health information management and admissions departments to Perot Systems of Nashville, Tenn. effective June 28.

Hawaii Medical Center to cut 89 jobs - Pacific Business News (Honolulu):


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