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  • Study: Metro hospitals fall short on affordable health care

    Study: Metro hospitals fall short on affordable health care
    June 25, 2010 --

    Many metro Atlanta hospitals should do more to improve access to health care for the low-income and uninsured, a new study has concluded. The hospitals mark up costs by as much as 700 percent. Some barely meet state standards for providing free medical care. And only half post legally required signs to let uninsured patients know about financial-aid programs.