The hospitals on Guam are constantly in the news for struggling with a variety of Guam-specific hurdles — some of which are due to the “remote” nature of the island, some are the demographics and others are simply unknown. Fingers pointed by public and private parties alike include billing snafus and inefficiencies, poor management, insufficient government funding, dishonest and delinquent patients… the broached possibilities are endless.
But maybe the reason no one has been able to pinpoint an issue, and therefore a solution, is because they are trying to do just that — pinpoint one offender.
Journal staff took . . .
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