Since mid-2012, I’ve been tracking health care related filings. I include anything that is likely a patient debt owed to a hospital, nursing home, physician or physician group, medical supplier, and so on; I do not include filings by insurance companies, many of which are so diversified it would not be a fair assumption that the filing is related to medical care or health insurance.
- This week, there were 22 new judgments to hospitals, doctors, or other medical providers totaling $527,675.
- There were no satisfied judgments.
- And there were no bankruptcies listed.
By hospital, here’s the breakdown:
- Crouse had none
- St. Joseph’s had two, for $16,342
- And SUNY Upstate had 20, totaling $511,333
When there are any, I subtract the repayments from the overall totals and from the individual hospital totals, under the likelihood that they’ve already been incorporated into the numbers at some point now.
The paper publishes only those accounts of at least $5,000.