Friday, April 8, 2016

SIU doctors' pay cut to help med school survive state budget impasse - Dean Olsen, State Journal Register

Doctors at Springfield's Southern Illinois University School of Medicine will see a 5 percent cut in their pay for treating patients so more of that money can be used to keep SIU operating amid the state budget impasse. The cut is directly tied to the lack of payments received by the medical school for the care of state workers, retirees and dependents insured through the state’s group health insurance plan, the school’s dean told The State Journal-Register.

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