GOP senators fight long-term-care plans

Gardner, Jonathan
October 1995
Modern Healthcare;10/23/95, Vol. 25 Issue 43, p22
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Reports on moderate Republicans' and some provider groups' opposition of long-term-care provisions in congressional GOP Medicare and Medicaid reform plans. Senate Medicaid reform legislation that would make the states responsible for developing and enforcing nursing home quality standards; Provision in the Medicare reform plans in both houses that would force home-care agencies to provide 45 days of uncompensated care.


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