CHICAGO — Henry Ford Health Systems is expected to enter the market this week with $322 million of new-money and refunding revenue bonds as part of the system’s scaled-back capital campaign to expand its services across southeast Michigan.

As one of the largest providers in the region and the primary care provider in metro Detroit, HFHS faces challenges related to what is one of the weakest economies in the nation. The area’s high unemployment rate has lead to a rising number of self-pay and Medicaid patients. But with the opening of a new hospital and a number of cost-cutting measures, the system’s operating losses have shrunk over the year.

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