In a letter to the editor published today in the Wall Street Journal, AHA President and CEO Rick Pollack responds to a recent article in which certain employer groups and health plans claim hospitals are seeking to raise their prices due to rising labor costs. For more on the issue, see the AHA Stat Blog

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