Long-term patients hurt Jackson’s finances

By John Dorschner jdorschner@MiamiHerald.com At the end of March, 60 patients had been in Jackson Memorial Hospital for more than 100 days. One had been there 528 days. Most are no longer covered by insurance. They have complex medical problems and are a crushing burden for Miami-Dade’s cash-poor public hospital. Many had insurance, but theirContinue reading “Long-term patients hurt Jackson’s finances”

Banker Carlos Migoya picked as new Jackson Health CEO

By John Dorschner jdorschner@MiamiHerald.com Carlos Migoya, a veteran banker with no healthcare experience, was picked Wednesday night to become the next chief executive of the financially troubled Jackson Health System by a 9-5 vote of the governing board. After negotiating a contract that could pay him up to $975,000, Migoya will likely take over theContinue reading “Banker Carlos Migoya picked as new Jackson Health CEO”