Wow: this non-profit hospital in Tennessee has brought more than 8,000 lawsuits against patients for unpaid medical debt.
This is Carrie Barrett. She's 63 and makes $9/hour at . , affiliated with , sued her in 2010 for $12K in unpaid hospital bills, then tacked on $18K+ in interest and $4K+ in attorney fees.
This story about a nonprofit Methodist hospital brutally pursuing poor patients who can't pay their bills is so ugly. The salary of the CEO - & his adviser. The behavior of the judge. How do they keep nonprofit status? How does the Methodist church stomach?
This in-depth read is worth it: The Nonprofit Hospital That Makes Millions, Owns a Collection Agency and Relentlessly Sues the Poor
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"Suing patients is a choice. And it is a choice that many non-profit hospitals choose not to make." Journalist beautifully emphasizes this point, which underlies her investigative work in Memphis. #debtdignityhealth
the nonprofit hospital that makes millions, owns a collection agency and relentlessly sues the poor (!)
The Nonprofit Hospital That Makes Millions, Owns a Collection Agency and Relentlessly Sues the Poor
The Nonprofit Hospital That Makes Millions, Owns a Collection Agency and Relentlessly Sues the Poor
The Nonprofit Hospital That Makes Millions, Owns a Collection Agency and Relentlessly Sues the Poor
Charging so much interest to a low-income patient is “unconscionable,” Fred Morton, a retired minister, told . “That’s a 21st-century version of slavery.”
The Nonprofit Hospital That Makes Millions, Owns a Collection Agency and Relentlessly Sues the Poor
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