Well, I have personally worked in many different healthcare environments, both profit as well as not-for-profit back in my travel nurse days. I can attest to the fact that, in my experience, the for profit sector is literally that-FOR profit. Supplies, education, and staffing bare bones.
in contrast, by and large, the not for profit sector seems to have more supplies, better (newer) equipment, and staffed better. Companies such as the largest for profit system in America love to boast of their commitment to outcomes and “excellence”. Yet when you dig deep, you find they are understaffed, and have a high proportion of new grads in their skill mix due to nurses moving on once they have gained experience.
btw-that “robust” word sounds like a corporate HCA word. It gets tossed around frequently in the “for profit” world.