NBC Boston reports on Steward Health Care’s hearing at Mass. State House on Monday.

Steward Health Care’s Financial Crisis and Its Impact on Massachusetts Healthcare: A Hearing to Find Solutions

Massachusetts lawmakers have scheduled a hearing for Monday to address the issue of private equity ownership in healthcare, with a particular focus on Steward Health Care. The company, which currently owns nine hospitals in Massachusetts, is facing a financial crisis and there are concerns about its uncertain future in the state.

During a recent interview with Cory Smith and Sue O’Connell, State Representative Campbell expressed the need for more transparency from Steward Health Care. The company’s management has been blamed for the current financial troubles and Governor Maura Healey has pointed to their mismanagement as the cause.

The potential withdrawal of Steward Health Care from the state raises serious concerns about the future of healthcare services for hundreds of thousands of people in Massachusetts. The company’s exit could lead to a shortage of medical facilities and an increase in healthcare costs for residents.

The hearing on Monday will provide an opportunity for lawmakers to discuss possible solutions to the financial crisis facing Steward Health Care and how to ensure that patients continue to receive high-quality care.

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