Hospital officials: Pennsylvania budget bill will cost jobs
Philadelphia Inquirer, July 14, 2009
Pennsylvania hospital officials reiterated their estimate that a budget bill passed by the Senate and now under discussion in the House could lead to the loss of about 8,300 jobs in healthcare. They said proposed cuts to Medicaid could lead to cuts in trauma, burn, and obstetrics care and even force some hospitals to close.
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