Meeting with AHA leaves N.Y. executives unhappy

Burda, David
November 1995
Modern Healthcare;11/6/95, Vol. 25 Issue 45, p28
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Reports on the meeting between the American Hospital Association and hospital executives regarding the executives concern for the inability of the association to express the executives' views on Medicare and Medicaid proposals in the United States Congress. Issues of concern; Includes size of the proposed Medicare and Medicaid budget reduction; Reduction in Medicare disproportionate-share payments.


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