The Death Of Hahnemann Hospital | The New Yorker

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When a private-equity firm bought a Philadelphia institution, the most vulnerable patients bore the cost. : When a private-equity firm bought a Philadelphia institution, the most vulnerable patients bore the cost. Lia Logio arrived at Hahnemann University Hospital, in Philadelphia, in March, 2018, two months after it was sold to a private-equity firm. Logio, an internist, had come from Weill Cornell, in New York, a prestigious and well-funded nonprofit hospital, where she was a vice-chair.

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