Proposal to cut back on charity care rocks Atlanta hospital

For some poor and uninsured patients in Atlanta, Grady Memorial Hospital is the provider of a last resort, offering no-cost or subsidized care to those who need help. However, the financially-troubled public hospital is now considering a change in direction under which it would cut back on the amount of no-cost care some uninsured patients could receive. The proposal has been met with controversy among some community leaders, who say that it could force some patients to do without essential services. Article

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