“A recent Modern Healthcare article misleadingly suggests that hospitals and health systems provided less charity care between 2020 and 2023,” writes AHA General Counsel and Secretary Mindy Hatton. “The truth is much different. In fact, the author’s own data tells a very different story, and it is important to set the record straight.” READ MORE 
 

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