As healthcare costs mount, a new study indicates that nonprofit healthcare providers are more cost-effective and provide better care than their forprofit competitors.

Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau and Stephen Linder, both of the University of Texas-Houston’s School of Public Health, published their findings, “Two Decades of Research Comparing For-Profit and Nonprofit Health Provider Performance in the United States,” last June in Social Science Quarterly (vol. 84, no. 2).

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