I certainly didn't take that away - the article says that some for-profit hospices are more interested in profit than quality care. Frankly, that's not the lest bit surprising. The only one implying this is industry-wide is whoever writes the headlines.
In fact, the article points out that 46% of hospices were found in violation... which sounds horrifying, until one realizes that number must include some that had only one, very minor infraction, and that 54% had no violations whatsoever. A pretty good track record for mere humans - but it's likely 5 or 10% of hospices are pretty bad.