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Johns Hopkins Hospital

Johns Hopkins Hospital hounds poor patients over 0.03 percent of revenue

Johns Hopkins Hospital sicced collections attorneys on thousands of patients over the past decade, often taking extraordinary measures to extract payment from patients who probably owed no money at

Alan Pyke, ThinkProgress
May 20, 2019
Patient at clinic

Black Patients Disproportionately Impacted by Johns Hopkins’ Medical Debt Lawsuits

The Johns Hopkins Hospital has targeted low-income and African American patients in thousands of lawsuits for unpaid medical bills, a new

Nicole Rojas, The North Star
May 18, 2019
Global Nurses United

Global Nurses United Press Clips

See a collection of links to news stories about nurses in other nations, and how they are advocating for their patients.

Global Nurses United
May 17, 2019

National Nurses United union members wave "Medicare-for-all" signs

A Big Hearing For ‘Medicare-For-All’ — In A Small Room

The first congressional hearing on a “Medicare-for-all” bill in at least a decade took place Tuesday, but without the usual phalanx of T-shirted supporters — or even the presidential candidates — w

California Healthline
 Medicare for All Hearing

'Historic Step' Toward Healthcare Justice as First-Ever Medicare for All Hearing Set for Next Week

In what grassroots activists celebrated as a "historic step" toward a just healthcare system that places the needs of patients over corporate profits, the House Rules Committee announced late Tuesday that it will hold the first-ever congressional hearing on Medicare for All next week.

Jake Johnson, Common Dreams writer
April 29, 2019