Hospital building boom drives up healthcare costs

A nationwide hospital building boom is driving up healthcare costs for everyone. According to a report by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, the nation's hospitals borrowed $144 billion between early 2008 through last month. Experts say the need to generate returns on the new construction is contributing to higher healthcare expenses.

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