Government employees who use Nashville General may get discounts
The Tennessean, October 22, 2008
Metro government employees will be able to use Nashville's hospital at reduced rates under an incentive plan approved by the Metro Council. Council members said the incentive plan should benefit both the hospital and the government. The hospital is expected to gain an unknown number of insured patients, improving a payer mix that often leans too heavily toward uninsured patients. That change should increase the facility's revenues, said proponents.
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