The Affordable Care Act is restoring health to the bottom lines of safety net hospitals, according to USA Today.
In Texas, which has millions of uninsured residents, doctors and patients increasingly rely on a cash-based finance model--a system that appears to work for both parties, according to the Texas Tribune.
Some Ohio hospitals provide loans to patients struggling to meet their insurance deductibles or co-payments, the Columbus Dispatch reports.
Emergency departments are less likely to trans fe r severely injured patients with health insurance to trauma ce nters, ac cording to a new study published in JAMA Surgery.
South Carolina has unveiled a website that provides price data for 60 of the state's hospitals, the Associated Press reported.
Uninsured patients and women are much less likely to undergo interhospital transfer, a contributing factor in healthcare disparities, according to a new study in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
United States hospitals provided $45.9 billion in uncompensated care in 2012, according to data from the American Hospital Association
The Obama administration is in no hurry to enact Affordable Care Act-related rules intended to prevent hospitals from potentially overcharging patients, a ccording to Time Magazine.
South Carolina's hospitals will launch an integrated program this week intended to reduce the number of uninsured patients who make emergency room visits for care, reported WMBF News.
An uninsured physician assistant learns the true cost of care when faced with the need for emergency surgery.