15-bed Missouri hospital’s 2,353% revenue increase raises red flags with regulators

(By Ayla Ellison for Becker’s Hospital Review)

Rural hospitals across the nation are facing financial challenges, causing some facilities to file for bankruptcy or close their doors for good. While many community hospitals are struggling to stay afloat, Putnam County Memorial Hospital, a 15-bed critical access hospital in Unionville, Mo., is more profitable than ever. Continue reading article here…

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