UAMS, Baptist Report Operating Losses

UAMS, Baptist Report Operating Losses
UAMS had an operating loss of $86.4 million for the fiscal year that ended June 30, offset by nonoperating revenue of $64 million, which shrank the loss to $22 million.

UAMS and Baptist Health both report millions of dollars in operating losses in the most recent fiscal year.
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