A private-equity exec is asking for $31,500 a day to reopen a shuttered hospital for coronavirus patients. The city's mayor says he doesn't 'have the time' to keep negotiating.
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Philadelphia city officials have given up trying to get a shuttered private hospital to reopen the facility for coronavirus patients because its asking price is too expensive.

Hahnemann University Hospital has been asking for up to $31,500 a day to reopen if it were to be used at full capacity to help the city whether its coronavirus crisis, CNBC reported.

Hospital owner Joel Freedman, a private-equity executive, said his offer was already "substantially below market cost."

Mayor Jim Kenney of...

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