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A community-owned operation with $4.4 billion in revenue, BayCare has long been committed to providing care regardless of profitability, filling in the gaps where other providers fall short. During the pandemic, BayCare leaned on its financial reserve to avoid layoffs and furloughs of its 25,000 employees, continued to issue merit raises, and facilitated emergency childcare arrangements and subsidies. The company also reduced the financial burden on employees by reducing dental insurance premiums, keeping medical premiums flat, and temporarily waiving co-pays for behavioral health services and COVID-19 tests and treatment. CEO Tommy Inzina also welcomed team members to share their suggestions on how to weather the challenging time.
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