On one side are allegations of mismanagement, self-enrichment and poor performance putting Brooklyn residents in danger.
On the other is a dismissal of these complaints as a disinformation campaign — spread by mailers, leaflets and on social media — meant to disparage the quality of care.
In politics, this would be business as usual.
But this fight is happening over Maimonides Medical Center — Brooklyn’s largest safety-net hospital, in Borough Park.
Caught in the middle of the drama that’s been unfolding publicly since February are patients at the 700-bed facility and their family members, some of whom shared horrible recent