Unfair Care: Healthcare Prices Way Higher in Charlotte

June 01, 2016

One of the great frustrations of our healthcare system is that the price for identical services are different depending on where you live. Charlotte, for instance. The Charlotte Observer reports that healthcare in the Queen City is sometimes more than twice as high as in the rest of the country...or, say, in Raleigh. Where are we, y’all, New York?

Read more about the QC’s sky-high prices.


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