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Health Care’s ‘Tricky’ Role as Economic Leader in California
California Healthline

A new report measuring hospitals’ economic impact in San Francisco suggests the health care industry might be the most important economic engine driving the city’s economy. Hospitals and hospital-related enterprises generate $15.3 billion in annual spending in San Francisco, as well as 98,994 jobs, about 18% of the city’s workforce, according to the report commissioned by the Hospital Council of Northern and Central California.