Hospitals sit front and center in health debate

Young, Jeffrey
April 2009
Hill;4/29/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 48, p14
The article reports on the health reform debate happened at the American Hospital Association (AHA's) conference held in Washington, which discusses the future of healthcare system in the U.S.


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