House passes prescription drug bill adding $14.3 billion for hospitals

Brown, Steve
July 2002
AHA News;7/1/2002, Vol. 38 Issue 25, p1
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Reports on the passage of the U.S. Medicare Modernization and Prescription Drug Act of 2002 to improve payments for hospitals. Budget allotted for the legislation for ten years; Significance of the legislation to rural hospitals; Components of the bill that affect hospitals.


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