Stack of cash Some experts suggest that uncompensated care results in increased costs for insured patients, resulting in higher premiums for employer-based health plans. (Credit: ShutterstockProfessional/

Implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) cut the cost of uncompensated health care in the U.S. by one-third, a new report finds.

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