Michigan’s hospitals are on the “brink of fiscal crisis,” a new report by the Michigan Health and Hospital Association says.

The state’s 144 hospitals that are part of the association are enduring the worst economic conditions since the 1930s, stemming from rising Medicaid caseloads, uncompensated care, and uninsured patients, according to the report, “Michigan’s Health Care Safety Net: In Jeopardy.”

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