Miller, Richard K.; Washington, Kelli D.
February 2006
Healthcare Business Market Research Handbook;2006, p139
Market Research Report
Book Chapter
Chapter 24 of the book "The 2006 Healthcare Business Market Research Handbook" is presented. It explores Medicaid spending on hospital services and physician services in the U.S. in 2005. It also offers a look at the growth of the Medicaid program which is paid by federal and state taxpayers. Cutbacks in Medicaid spending as voted by Congress in April 2005 are assessed.


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