Medicaid patients cut

Barkholz, David
February 1999
Crain's Detroit Business;02/01/99, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p1
Reports on the decision of Saint Joseph Mercy Hospital officials in Pontiac, Michigan to reduce the number of its Medicaid patient membership. Implication of the decision on becoming a wider physician revolt against Medicaid reimbursement rates; Termination of membership of patients under risk contracts.


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