Moody's Investors Service last week downgraded one Indiana health care bond rating and confirmed twelve others in a review of health care ratings in Indiana.

Moody's lowered to Ba from A the rating on $5.86 million of debt sold by Bedford Medical Center, citing the institution's "weak cash position, marginal financial performance, above-average debt position and possible additional borrowing," according to a press release.

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