Medicare bad-debt litigation continues

Sutter, Ronald N.
January 1996
hfm (Healthcare Financial Management);Jan96, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p70
Trade Publication
Focuses on three court decisions pertaining to bad-debt reimbursement issues concerning Medicare and Medicaid. Background information on Medicare reimbursing hospitals; United States Court of Appeals' decision.


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