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August 30, 2009
Hospital Executives' Anxieties about Reform
Washington Post examines the concerns of one hospital executive in light of health care reform.
Anxiety is running high among hospital executives as they ponder the
ever-changing proposals on Capitol Hill. Wary of changes to payment
formulas and fiercely protective of their franchise, industry groups
are spending millions to lobby Congress. They also pledged $155 billion
in Medicare and Medicaid savings in a deal with the White House in
hopes of avoiding a deeper restructuring that could cost them more.
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