How do hospitals get paid? A primer
New York Times, January 26, 2009
In this posting from the New York Times, Princeton Prof. Uwe E. Reinhardt provides a window into public perception of how hospitals work. He also breaks down how hospitals get paid and why: For example, private plans or payers tend to be billed more that government payers, he notes.
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