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Other Maryland hospitals engage in deals with insiders but sidestep politicians — most of the time

Other Maryland hospitals engage in deals with insiders but sidestep politicians — most of the time

Several of Maryland’s largest hospitals engage in business transactions with members of their governing boards while avoiding — for the most part — the type of political dealings that ensnared the University of Maryland Medical System in management turmoil this week.

The medical system has faced intense scrutiny since The Baltimore Sun revealed last week that a third of its 27-member board of directors have business dealings with the health care network.

UMMS CEO Robert A. Chrencik and four board members were put on temporary leave while...

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