Council sees dire impact of funding cuts on hospitals

Greene, Jay
December 1995
Modern Healthcare;12/18/95-12/25/95, Vol. 25 Issue 51, p12
Trade Publication
Forecasts the reduction in hospital expenses over seven years starting 1996 if proposed Republican Medicare and Medicaid spending cuts are implemented. Prediction made by the Council on the Economic Impact of Health Care Reform.


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