Poll shows most in N.C. oppose hospital liens, want hospitals to share charity care policies

From the Charlotte Observer:

North Carolinians overwhelmingly favor banning hospitals from placing liens on the homes of patients who can’t pay their bills, according to a new poll.

The poll – commissioned by N.C. Policy Watch, a liberal watchdog group – also found that the large majority of voters think hospitals should be required to disclose their charity care policies.


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