CHICAGO - Moody's Investors Service reevaluated Michigan's hospital industry this month, prompted by increased downgrades of hospital revenue bonds throughout the state.

In its reevaluation, the rating agency notes the continued deterioration of Michigan hospitals' credit quality and the contrast between hospital ratings in the state and hospital ratings nationwide. Currently, 21% of Michigan hospital ratings are below investment grade, compared with the national percentage of 5%.

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