Outstanding patient bills now exceed $17.5 million
By Marty Finley
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 at 6:00 am (Updated: May 22, 6:00 am)
Hardin Memorial Health officials said they must simplify the application process for patients who cannot afford to pay their bills so they can qualify for assistance.
At the same time, President and CEO Dennis Johnson said the health system will continue to practice “tough love” toward patients who can afford to pay but refuse to do so.
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