Medicare cutbacks pinch Pennsylvania hospitals, doctors
Frustrated with a recent slowdown in payments from the federal health insurer, the 19-hospital UPMC tried for several years to have the Pittsburgh healthcare market reclassified with Eastern Pennsylvania as a way of boosting the region's average wages--a key measure used in the calculation of Medicare hospital reimbursements.
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