Minnesota bill: Hospitals can’t use patient’s medical debt to decide care
Minneapolis Star Tribune, May 5, 2008
The Minnesota Legislature has approved a bill aimed at prohibiting a hospital from using information about a patient's medical debt to decide whether to treat the patient. Under the bill, a healthcare provider can't share or obtain medical debt information about a patient seeking care until after the care is delivered.
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