HCFA announces preliminary FY94 Medicaid DSH allotments

July 1994
hfm (Healthcare Financial Management);Jul94, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p7
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Reports on the Health Care Financing Administration's publication of the preliminary fiscal year 1994 national target and individual state allotments for Medicaid payment adjustments for disproportionate share hospitals (DSHs). Estimated expenditure target; DSH payments to hospitals that serve Medicaid recipients and other low-income individuals with special needs; Basis for state allotments.


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