UConn Health Center Faces $55.3 Million Deficit in 2025; State Seeks Consultant for Future Vision

UConn Health Center, Farmington. Photo credit: Ronni Newton

UConn President Radenka Maric said she is ‘proud of the dramatic strides UConn Health has made over the past several years to grow revenues and improve our fiscal outlook.’

By Christine Stuart, CTNewsJunkie.com 

The University of Connecticut Health Center will be running a $55.3 million deficit in fiscal year 2025 and the state is looking to hire a consultant to develop a strategic vision for the future of its clinical operations.

The state’s only public hospital and medical school will work collaboratively with all parties to assess the healthcare marketplace in Connecticut and identify potential opportunities, including its clinical, research, academic and public service mission.

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