CHICAGO — Moody’s Investors Service this week revised its outlook to negative on the Cleveland Clinic Health System’s debt as it prepares to enter the market next month with $800 million of fixed-rate bonds.

The agency affirmed its Aa2 rating on the internationally renowned clinic’s $2 billion in outstanding debt. The upcoming $800 million issue would increase the system’s debt by nearly a third.

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