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When Vicki Arnett’s husband Maurice was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer, traveling to Atlanta for treatment from their home in Pittsburgh was hardly her first choice. But the agreement between his local hospital and his health insurer was about to end. If they didn’t reach a new agreement, his care would be disrupted midstream. The Arnetts were like

Consumers for Quality Care Urges Community Leaders and Lawmakers to Beware of Aggressive and Predatory Practices by Their Local Hospitals Amid ongoing predatory medical debt collection practices by non-profit and for-profit hospitals, which have persisted even throughout the Coronavirus pandemic, the new documentary InHospitable shines a light on toxic hospital practices through the lens of one non-profit hospital