What would happen if there was an earthquake in an American community, the Red Cross came into town and provided disaster relief, but a couple of months later everyone got a bill for those services, marked up tenfold, and people who couldn’t pay were sued? There would be outrage; it wouldn’t be tolerated. But that is what happens to the uninsured at nonprofit hospitals every day. Do No Harm is the story of a doctor and an accountant who brought attention to the finances of their local Georgia hospital. For a review of this movie and other works, at least marginally about health policy, check out the CT Health Policy Project Book Club.