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Continue to article content. Pink strikes an inspirational tone, but loses some of the rougher, more conversational edges that made past records fun. The more fundamental disconnect is that there is little reason to believe that what Mercy Hospital paid Medtronic for Steve H. If nothing else, it would be a good test of embarrassment thresholds. Health care is eating away at our economy and our treasury. Except for emergency services, no hospital has to accept Medicare patients and these prices, but they all do.
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Those bills included what seemed to be 33 visits in one year to 11 doctors who had nothing to do with his recovery from the heart attack or his cancer. Scott was in the hospital for 32 days before his pneumonia was brought under control. Outpatient care is wildly profitable. But the two enduring teen glossies have shaken up their leadership structures lately: So even Medicare contributes mightily to hospital profit — and drug-company profit — when it buys drugs.
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