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The Eclipse Was An Expensive Two Minutes For Hospitals, Even Though Nothing Really Happened

08:50 EDT 23 Aug 2017 | Kaiser Health News

For events like the solar eclipse, hospitals are faced with a Catch-22: if they're not prepared and they get an influx of patients they get blamed, if they do prepare and nothing happens they're stuck with the bill.

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