U.S. hospitals and health systems continued to experience negative operating margins through November 2022, Kaufman Hall reported today. Median operating margins were down 44% so far this year compared with 2021, as high labor and other costs continued to outpace revenues, according to data from over 900 hospitals.  
 

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