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Two in three patients can't pay off their hospital bills
CNBC
More than two-thirds of patients aren't paying their entire hospital bills, and that number could increase to 95 percent by 2020, according to a study from TransUnion, a company that helps hospitals collect unpaid bills. Analyzing patient data from ...

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NBCNews.com

Michigan Airport Stabbing: Wounded Officer Released From Hospital
NBCNews.com
The Michigan airport officer who was nearly stabbed to death by a possible terrorist last week was discharged from the hospital on Monday, a Hurley Medical Center spokeswoman told NBC News. The spokeswoman, Rebecca Jensen, said that Lt. Jeff Neville ...
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Officer stabbed at Flint airport out of hospitalThe Detroit News
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ChicagoBears.com

Bears rookies visit children's hospital
ChicagoBears.com
“It adds a lot of joy to their overall hospital stay. What might otherwise be kind of a difficult time becomes a time that they'll remember forever because these are guys in here that they look up to and that they aspire to be like. So it just becomes ...



Boston.com

Amid health care debate, mother's photo of Boston Children's Hospital bill goes viral
Boston.com
The Republican bill would also allow states to waive the Affordable Care Act's standards for insurance requirements, including a slate of “essential health benefits,” such as inpatient and outpatient hospital care and prescription drug coverage. In an ...
Mom of boy with rare disorder shares photo of astronomical hospital billAOL
Mother of boy with rare genetic disorder tweets hospital billCNN
Why This Mom Posted Her 3-Year-Old Son's Hospital Bill on TwitterInside Edition
Austin American-Statesman -Twitter
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GazetteNET

Planned strike leads to nurse lockout at hospital
GazetteNET
Representatives from the Massachusetts Nurses Association, nurses from Baystate Franklin Medical Center and their supporters cheer from Beacon Street as nurses exit the hospital in Greenfield at the start of a three-day lockout on Sunday evening, June ...
Nurses launch strike at Greenfield hospital after lockoutThe Boston Globe
Multiple people taken to hospital following crash on Beech Street in HolyokeMassLive.com

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NPR

After Decline Of Steel And Coal, Ohio Fears Health Care Jobs Are Next
NPR
Joe Tasse, the hospital's acting CEO, warns that cuts to Medicaid could imperil jobs as well as the hospital's bottom line. "It would be pretty devastating," he says. "If Trinity Hospital were to fail, this region economically would fail." Tasse says ...

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Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

RPD officer who was shot released from hospital
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Jeremy Nash, the Rochester Police officer who was shot while on duty Saturday night, has been released from the hospital. Deputy Chief Scott Peters said a group of patrol officers gathered at Rochester General Hospital Monday afternoon to help escort ...

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WIRED

Fast, Precise Cancer Care Is Coming to a Hospital Near You
WIRED
Of all the cancers in the world, lung cancer is the deadliest. This year, the National Cancer Institute estimates it will kill 150,000 people, despite a growing number of more targeted therapies. Part of the problem is there are a lot of different ...



NBC Connecticut

3 Transferred to Hospital After Head-on Crash in Tolland
NBC Connecticut
Two cars were involved in a head-on collision in Tolland on Monday, sending three people to the hospital. Route 30, or Crystal Lake Road, was temporarily closed in the area of Webber Road after a two-car collision at around 4:30 p.m., Tolland dispatch ...

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City sues state for $1.4M over unpaid hospital bills
New York Post
Add this to the ongoing feud between Mayor de Blasio and Gov. Cuomo — the city's broke Health and Hospitals Corporation is suing state health officials for refusing to reimburse $1.4 million in medical care given to five undocumented immigrants.


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