With rising healthcare costs and higher health insurance deductibles, hospitals could find themselves in trouble with patient bad debt if they don’t make improvements in collecting out-of-pocket payments.

That’s the finding of new research from Boston-based Aite Group on medical out-of-pocket payments, or patient self-pay, made by consumers to hospitals.

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