Breaking the rules

Daly, Rich
October 2011
Modern Healthcare;10/24/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 43, p8
Trade Publication
This article examines the apprehension shown by providers and healthcare experts on the new federal regulations that reduced restrictions on hospitals and other providers. Hospital advocates, wary of the financial benefits of the amendments, are reportedly most concerned with the provision which eliminates the requirement for individual hospitals included in a healthcare system to have their own governing body. INSET: EASING THE BURDEN.


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