Uncompensated care is an expensive problem for all providers across the nation. A recent report by the American Health Association (AHA) states that U.S. hospitals have lost more than $745 billion in uncompensated care to patients between 2000 to 2020, with $42.6 billion incurred in 2020.
Many providers find they are always trying to do more with less. In today’s healthcare revenue environment, finding and recovering uncompensated care can result in turning a profit or ending up in the red.
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