Within the last years or so we have seen a lot of articles about the management of Cook County hospitals. We've heard how at some hospitals that they're cutting the number of beds, laying off personnel (doctors or nurses), some might even complain about the efficiency of the pharmacy. I want to talk about another city that has a problem with their public hospital. Here in Atlanta, there's Grady Hospital which is run for the most part by the Fulton and DeKalb County Hospital Authority.
While in Chicago, there is a proposal to place Cook County Public Health system under a board independent of the Cook County government. It seems that Grady Hospital is moving forward to put that hospital under a non-profit board. Read more at PeachPundit.