Hospitals like the Duke University Hospital in Durham, North Carolina, charge $25,000 to $30,000 per year for a card design.
The University of Miami Health System charges $100,000 for a full design.
Even at the University of California at San Francisco, where there are no card design requirements, they charge $50,000.
It’s a lot of money, and not necessarily something you should be spending on your own.
The card design process, according to the National Association of Medical Colleges, involves at least three years of training and experience.
And it’s expensive.
The process of designing a card requires an estimated $1,000 in materials and materials, plus an additional $400 for each month of training.
Hospitals have also had to add additional training, like online courses, which can cost anywhere from $10,000 a semester to as much as $1 million a semester.
This isn’t a problem for people who live in rural areas, who have less time to spend on their training.
And people who work in healthcare, who might have a higher workload, might not be able to afford the training and materials.
And even if they did have those resources, most hospitals wouldn’t pay the full cost, because it’s more expensive than a card.
Some hospitals have started charging higher rates for the card design, because they want to be competitive, or because they are trying to maximize the number of patients they can see in a given month.
Some have added design fees that vary based on the number and types of patients that can be seen on a given card.
And some hospitals are just not able to pay the costs, and it’s a problem.
So what’s the answer?
The answer to this question is not just to get rid of card design fees, but also to reduce the size of the health system.
Hospices, which make up the bulk of the U.S. health care system, have spent the past 20 years increasing their capacity and decreasing their operating expenses, according the Health Resources and Services Administration, the agency that regulates the U,S.
So they can afford to pay less for card design and materials than the rest of the country.
Hospice workers, for example, make about $18 an hour.
But their hospitals charge them an average of $18.50 per hour, which is less than the national average of about $19.
And the hospitals don’t have to pay for design, they can pay for materials and training, and they can reduce their operating costs by an additional 10 to 20 percent.
And then they can save money.
That’s one of the things that makes hospitals so attractive, because their costs are much lower.
In the meantime, it’s time to rethink what hospitals are and what they are not doing to save money on their own.
In a few weeks, I’ll go back to my hometown, the city of Boston, and ask my parents to buy me a new hospital card.
But if they already have one, it might not matter to them.
I just need a new card.