What hospital leaders foresee for Medicare, Medicaid

July 1996
AHA News;07/01/96, Vol. 32 Issue 26, p4
Trade Publication
Presents graphs depicting hospital leaders' perception of legislative reforms for Medicare, Medicaid and the entire health delivery system of the United States.


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