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  • Hospitals made $21B on Wall Street last year, but are patients seeing those profits?

    NBC News - 02/07/2018

    “There are some hospital systems that are fairly profitable, but many are not,” said Gary Young, director of center for health policy and healthcare research at Northeastern University. “A general principle is that about one-third have margins that are above zero… probably about one-third of hospitals are pretty close to zero, particularly when you talk about patient care, and about one-third are running in the red,” he said.

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