Five Questions With: Rick Brooks

"Lifespan's revenues from operations, as well as from its sizable investments, ebb and flow. Lifespan has recovered well from past downturns and without imposing wage or benefit cuts on its employees," said UNAP director Rick Brooks. /
In a blow to the Lifespan health system, which says it’s built up a $12 million deficit in the first five months of its 2009 fiscal year, the United Nurses & Allied Professionals, the union that represents about 2,100 Rhode Island Hospital workers, recently rejected a request for “givebacks” on the wages and benefits they’d…

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