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Monterey County report disagrees with Natividad on projected profits for trauma center
Monterey Herald

Natividad Medical Center could lose as much as $788,000 a year providing advanced trauma care, under a cost analysis conducted by the County Administrative Office, varying widely from projections by the hospital and its trauma care consultant.

But Natividad CEO Harry Weis suggested the analysis reflected a lack of understanding of health care finance, and he argued the hospital’s own projections are more supportable.