From: Becker's Revenue Cycle Management Report <editorial@beckershealthcare.com>
Subject: Wash. hospital lays off staff, freezes wages to stay afloat | Walmart slashes price of virtual visits | Hundreds of patient records found burning near Atlanta hospital | 10 states with the most rural hospitals at high financial risk
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February 20, 2019
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