Because CEO Raji Kumar helped suture an open wound at Dallas Medical Center
when it was bleeding $2 million a month. When she got to the Northwest
Dallas hospital in 2010, Kumar remembers there being just four cars in
the parking lot and 17 patients inside. She and her husband had driven
down from Michigan, not anticipating that the hospital’s finances
would be in such disarray that she would have to use her own credit card
to pay the hospital’s electric bill...
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