CHICAGO -- Kemper Securities Inc. has identified 100 health-care facilities that the firm considers fiscally strong enough to withstand whatever national health-care reform may bring.

Troy A. Gerleman, vice president of tax-exempt fixed-income research at Kemper, said the analysis did not specifically factor in the potential effects of health-care reform, but was intended to reassure investors that there are strong hospital bonds on the market as the nation awaits the Clinton administration's proposals.

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