Hospital Executives' Confidence In Caring for Uninsured Varies
Confidence at the leadership level in the current quality of care for the uninsured varies. HealthLeaders Media Council members comment on how their organizations rate, as well as challenges they anticipate when budgeting to care for the uninsured.
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