Patient revenue at West Penn inflated by $67M

Unaudited financial statements at West Penn Allegheny Health System show that the system overstated its patient revenue by $67 million over the last three fiscal years. This year alone, the Pittsburgh-based system's revenue was inflated by $48.5 million because of "mistakes estimating contractual allowances, bad debt and expected patient revenue." FierceHealthcare

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