SPOTLIGHT: Hospital prices rise in June

Hospital prices have continued to rise despite downward pricing pressure imposed by the economy and higher levels of consumer self-pay accounts, according to a new report from the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics. General medical and surgical hospitals increased 0.2 percent, 2.9 percent higher than in June 2008. Article

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