St. Louis-area ERs see traffic increase as recession hits uninsured
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, January 8, 2009
St. Louis-area emergency rooms already burdened by an increase in uninsured patients are now facing a recession-spurred boom in business. For many local hospitals still grappling with capacity concerns, a crush of new patients who cannot pay for care could further strain an ailing safety net.
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