Illinois, Cook County Officials Fear Proposed Rule Will Hurt Hospital Funds

Wisniewski, Mary
October 2000
Bond Buyer;10/10/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 30992, p3
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Reports on the concerns of Illinois and Cook County Officials on a Health Care Financing Administration proposal to close the loophole in the Medicaid reimbursement system. Effects of the proposal on the finances of hospitals; Amount of money that the county will lose from the proposal.


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