CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Clinic announced Wednesday morning that they will be cutting $330 million from their 2014 budget.

“This is a process and the Cleveland Clinic is focused on driving a more efficient healthcare system. The goal is to make healthcare more affordable [and] efficient to patients,” Cleveland Clinic spokeswoman Eileen Sheil said.

The Cleveland Clinic acknowledges that there will be a reduction in the workforce, however the numbers are unknown at this time.

Shiel said this is “not unique to the Cleveland Clinic” and that it is “happening to hospitals across the nation.”

 

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