Infographic:Pre-Reform Impact of Self-Pay Patients on US Hospitals

April 13, 2012
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Pre-reform, many hospitals experience significant uncompensated care costs from self-pay patients. The following infographic from Objective Health illustrates the variation in self-pay uncompensated care costs across US hospitals and regions. Despite the uncompensated care risk, 1/6th of self-pay inpatients are scheduled admissions, though their procedures are much less elective than the procedures of the insured.

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Source:Objective Health

    

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