For-profits may be cherry-picking hospice patients
There are 1 comment on the EDGEchicago.com Business/Finance Feed story from Feb 3, 2011, titled For-profits may be cherry-picking hospice patients. In it, EDGEchicago.com Business/Finance Feed reports that:
For-profit hospices may be cherry-picking the least costly, most lucrative patients, potentially putting the nonprofit industry at a financial disadvantage, a study suggests.
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#1 Feb 3, 2011
A for profit health care system is immoral at best and things like this prove it! The US is the only industrialized nation without a health care system that serves ALL of its citizens.
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