Compared to non-profit hospitals of the same size, investor-owned hospitals require less public investment in the form of tax breaks, use fewer employees, and have higher occupancy levels. It can therefore be concluded that investor-owned hospitals are a better way of delivering medical care than are non-profit hospitals.
Which one of the following, if true, most undermines the conclusion drawn above?OPTIONS
[A]. Non-profit hospitals charge more per bed than do investor-owned hospitals.
[B]. Patients in non-profit hospitals recover more quickly than don patients with comparable Illnesses in investor-owned hospitals
[C]. Non-profit hospitals do more fundraising than do investor-owned hospitals.
[D]. Doctors at non-profit hospitals earn higher salaries than do similarly qualified doctors at investor-owned hospitals.
[E]. Non-profit hospitals receive more donations than do investor-owned hospitals.
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