Aid cuts to force hospital changes in Alabama
Hospitals across Alabama are bracing for deep cuts in Medicaid payments they receive for treating the state's poorest residents. Because of a change in the way the federal government defines hospitals' costs, the Alabama Medicaid Agency has warned that reimbursements to hospitals could be slashed by about $50 million in 2009.
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