Commentary: Economic stimulus package holds a silver lining for hospitals
Sg2, February 17, 2009
The House and Senate have reached agreement on an economic stimulus package with a price tag less than the amount approved in either chamber. At $789.5 billion, the wide-ranging measure includes hundreds of billions of dollars in tax breaks and new spending, and there are several health provisions included, according to this analysis from Sg2.
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