New Documentary Exposes Hospital Monopolies
A new documentary that exposes hospital monopolies and their impact on costs and patients is set to premiere this weekend. According to a press release for the film “InHospitable,” directed by Sandra C. Alvarez, “follows patients and activists as they band together to fight UPMC, a multi-billion dollar nonprofit hospital system that was limiting vital care for hundreds
DOC NYC 2021 Women Directors: Meet Sandra Alvarez – “InHospitable”
“InHospitable” starts screening at the 2021 DOC NYC Film Festival on November 13. The fest runs from November 10-28. Sandra Alvarez has spent her career directing and producing a wide spectrum of documentary and television programs for CNN, Netflix, Sundance Channel, History Channel, BBC America, A&E Network, and Discovery Channel. Her previous work includes serving as one of
InHospitable premieres this week! Learn how patients fought back against a big hospital – and WON!
I am very excited to announce that the documentary feature film InHospitable premieres on November 13th at the DOC NYC film festival! The film explores how big hospital systems are getting bigger and bigger, how their growth can hurt patients and communities, and how people and community groups can work together to fight back - and win. InHospitable features
New Documentary Exposes the Alarming Trend of Hospital Monopolies and the Impact on Costs
InHospitable follows patients and activists as they band together to fight UPMC The new film InHospitable is a timely documentary that follows patients and activists as they battle UPMC, a multi-billion dollar nonprofit hospital system that was making vital care unaffordable for hundreds of thousands of vulnerable patients in western Pennsylvania. The film highlights the urgency of holding