Baylor Scott and White eliminates 100 positions

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Dallas-based Baylor Scott and White Health on Friday confirmed it cut 100 positions, or less than .5 percent of the system's total workforce, reports The Dallas Morning News.

Here are three things to know.

  1. The health system did not divulge which departments were affected by the job cuts, but said the positions do not directly affect patient care, according to the report.

  2. Baylor Scott and White will spend the next month finding new positions within the health system for affected employees. The system will continue to pay salaries and offer full benefits during this time, according to the report.

  1. The health system said it is "always looking for opportunities to operate more efficiently while maintaining the same high level of care," according to The Dallas Morning News.

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