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What hospitals 'see' they get. Private sector acquiesces to providers' price hikes



What hospitals 'see' they get. Private sector acquiesces to providers' price hikes



Modern Healthcare 30(10): 60-62



With government reimbursement continuing to be the target for budgetary squeezing, hospitals are turning to the only place where they can raise prices: the private sector. There's mounting evidence that hospitals are exacting higher rates from health plans and other nongovernmental payers, marking a resurgence of cost-shifting following a five-year hiatus.

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