Charity Care Spending Continues Climb in Latest Figures
Large Oregon hospitals report a smaller increase in how much they are writing off medical bills of patients unable to pay, while smaller hospitals say this has gone up more for them.
Hospital charity care spending climbed 20 percent in the first half of 2017, according to a Lund Report analysis of the most recent public hospital finance records available.
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