Large for-profit hospitals spend more on charity care than not-for-profit peers, study says

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A new study finds that for-profit hospitals with 350 beds or more spent a higher proportion of their expenses on charity care than not-for-profit hospitals of the same size.

A new study finds that for-profit hospitals with 350 beds or more spent a higher proportion of their expenses on charity care than not-for-profit hospitals of the same size.

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