Hospitals to get $666 million from Medicare settlement
Wall Street Journal (subscription required), March 13, 2008
The federal government has reached a $666 million settlement with 667 hospitals that had sued for back payments stemming from shifts in Medicare reimbursement policies. The deal is among the largest government settlements paid to healthcare providers, and is the result of negotiations under way since April 2006.
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