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IU Health takes COVID-related nip to wallet last year but remains in “strong financial shape” according to officials

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (FORT WAYNE'S NBC) -- The pandemic took a nip at the wallet of the state's largest health care system, last year.

In their annual report, IU Health officials said operating income dropped by 3.4% because of declines in elective surgeries, radiological exams, and other procedures that didn't have anything to do with COVID-19.

But officials with IU Health, which is expanding in Fort Wayne, said the company is in "strong financial shape" and continues to invest in projects around the state.

Linda Jackson

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