Thursday, January 24, 2019
An article in today's New York Times highlights the practices of hospitals seeking donations from their patients while they are being treated:
Those who seem promising targets for fund-raising may receive a visit from a hospital executive in their rooms, as well as extra amenities like a bathrobe or a nicer waiting area for their families.
Some hospitals train doctors and nurses to identify patients who have expressed gratitude for their care, and then put the patients in touch with staff fund-raisers.
Read the full piece here.