The Massachusetts Health and Educational Facilities Authority is scheduled to sell $232 million of revenue bonds today to finance the expansion and upgrade of Boston's Beth Israel Hospital.

The size of the deal and the complexity of its structure have necessitated the use of bond insurance, despite the insurer's AA rating from Moody's Investor's Service and A1 rating from Standard & Poor's Corp., according to Goldman, Sachs & Co., the deal's senior manager.

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