Health Care Finances
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The United Hospital Fund is a trusted source of information on the effect of market forces and public policies on the city’s hospitals and community health centers, and on the New Yorkers who rely on those facilities.
The Fund provides policymakers, health care providers, and the public at large with in-depth, impartial analyses of health care costs, service use, financing, and payment systems, devoting special attention to the impact on low-income and uninsured New Yorkers and on the safety-net providers who care for them.
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