Pa. health provider plans $1B investment in new facilities | UMPC works to create innovative brand, attract top talent | Trump to discontinue CSR payments
October 19, 2017
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Pa. health provider plans $1B investment in new facilities
Pa. health provider plans $1B investment in new facilities
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Highmark Health says it will invest about $1 billion to enhance Allegheny Health Network's cancer network and build a 160-bed hospital in Pine Township, Pa., along with four "neighborhood hospitals." The initiatives are expected to lead to more than 800 health care jobs.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (10/18) 
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UMPC works to create innovative brand, attract top talent
The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, which employs almost 80,000 people, is investing in strategic partnerships to create an innovative brand and working to attract top health care talent. Overall, the health care sector is expected to increase in the Pittsburgh area because of the aging population's increased demand for services.
Healthcare Dive (10/19) 
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