Late News

June 2008
Modern Healthcare;6/23/2008, Vol. 38 Issue 25, p4
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This section offers news briefs related to medical care in the U.S. Four major healthcare organizations launched 990forhospitals.org to promote accurate and standardized reporting to the Internal Revenue Service of hospitals' subsidized aid to communities, including free and discounted care. A broad spending measure that includes a rollback of six out of seven new Medicaid regulations passed the U.S. House. Nearly 30,000 Medicare providers failed to pay more than $2 billion in federal taxes in 2006, the Government Accountability Office reported.


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