Hospitals attack Massachusetts pay proposal
Boston Globe, October 5, 2009
Massachusetts healthcare executives are lobbying legislators to move cautiously before embracing a proposal to transform the way hospitals and doctors are paid. Three months after a state commission proposed the plan to control exploding healthcare costs within five years, many hospital executives and doctors call it unrealistic, and say it could bankrupt some providers and compromise patient care if implemented too quickly and without major changes.
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