Nonprofit hospitals — which make up around half of hospitals in the United States — were founded to help the poor.
But a Times investigation has revealed that many have deviated from those charitable roots, behaving like for-profit companies, sometimes to the detriment of the health of patients.
Guest: Jessica Silver-Greenberg, an investigative business reporter for The New York Times.
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