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Decline in Uncompensated Care at Hospitals

The Affordable Health Care Act, or Obamacare, as it’s often known, seems to be doing some good for the bottom line of America’s hospitals.

According to an article in Forbes’ Pharma & Healthcare section, “As hospital operators begin to report second period earnings — the sixth consecutive quarter of new revenue from once uninsured patients — the number and size of unpaid medical bills continues to fall thanks to the Affordable Care Act.”

The article goes on the share a “snapshot” of the trend using Universal Health Services as an example.

Click here to read the full Forbes article.


Sarah Wengert

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