Hospitals may benefit under healthcare reform
The Tennessean/Bloomberg News, August 27, 2009
Hospitals may gain as much as $16 billion over a decade from the Obama administration's proposals to overhaul the healthcare system. Middle Tennessee-based Community Health Systems, HCA, and other hospital groups would receive $171 billion over 10 years in reimbursements for the newly insured under legislation to provide medical coverage for all U.S. citizens, the American Hospital Association said in a report to industry and lawmakers.
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