Medicaid cuts take a scalpel to hospitals' bottom line

Sanders, Bob
May 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;5/6/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p1
The article focuses on the possible effects of the quarter-billion dollars Medicaid cuts in New Hampshire House of Representative's budget to individual hospitals in New Hampshire. It says that the reduction of subsidies to its community health centers is planned by Elliot Hospital in Manchester, and Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital might close down. In addition, Concord Hospital president Michael Green says that to be able to meet the needs of the community, they need surplus for new programs.


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