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D.C. hospital bleeds cash as city seeks solution

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United Medical Center, which has been kept afloat with more than $100 million in cash infusions from D.C. taxpayers since 2007, faces more budget shortfalls amid reports of poor customer service and severely limited staff in key areas. That's the stark reality faced by Huron Healthcare, a consulting firm that the District is paying about $11 million to help turn around the 350-bed hospital in...

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