Hospital uncompensated care costs remain stable

Hospitals nationwide spent $41.1 billion on uncompensated care in 2011, according to a new report by the American Hospital Association. The AHA surveyed more than 4,900 hospitals, and determined that their uncompensated care costs were up only slightly from 2010, when hospitals provided $39.3 billion in uncompensated care. --Read the full article at FierceHealthcare

Suggested Articles

CVS Health is joining forces with UPS to test several different applications for drone delivery, including sending products directly to patients.

Cleveland Clinic and telehealth company American Well are launching a Cleveland-based joint venture telehealth company.

Humana and Microsoft announced a seven-year strategic partnership to build predictive solutions and intelligent automation to support Humana members.