Will new president mean less reimbursement?

January 2009
Same-Day Surgery;Jan2009, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p4
Academic Journal
The article reports on the health care reforms in the U.S. by the President-elect Barack Obama. It mentions that Obama plans to reduce the reimbursements in all health care providers considering the federal budget. According to the author, number of uninsured people might increase due to President Obama's reforms.


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