Association Between COVID-19 Relief Funds and Hospital Characteristics in the US

Published in: JAMA Health Forum, Volume 2, No. 10 (2021). doi: 10.1001/jamahealthforum.2021.3325

Posted on RAND.org on November 02, 2021

by Jonathan H. Cantor, Nabeel Qureshi, Brian Briscombe, Justin Chapman, Christopher M. Whaley

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CARES Act funds may have disproportionately gone to hospitals that were in a stronger financial situation prior to the pandemic compared to those that were not, but funds also went disproportionately to those that eventually had the most cases.

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