Finger-pointing Can't Hide the Fact That Hadassah's Problem Is Structural

Everyone is complicit in allowing the 95-year-old hospital to deteriorate to the extent that it has, because the structural status quo suited all interests.

Many reasons have been advanced for the financial crisis at Jerusalem's Hadassah Hospital, which filed for protection against its creditors two weeks ago.

More often than not, the reason given correlates with the interests of the party advancing it. Thus, the U.S.-based

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