Rising to the top: Industry groups quiet about Ryan's effect on policies

Zigmond, Jessica
August 2012
Modern Healthcare;8/20/2012, Vol. 42 Issue 34, p8
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The article discusses the political developments in the U.S. and its impact in the country's healthcare industry. It claims that the choice by Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney of Congressman Paul Ryan as his vice presidential running mate makes the Medicare and Medicaid as top campaign issues across the country. The opinion of the National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems' Shawn Gremminger on the developments is also cited.


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