Pennsylvania: No Medicaid pay for hospital errors
AP/Yahoo News, January 23, 2008
Pennsylvania has announced it will no longer make Medicaid payments to hospitals for serious, preventable medical errors. The policy change is part of Gov. Ed Rendell's health care initiative, and is intended to make hospitals more vigilant about patient care and reduce costs. The change will be outlined to hospitals in a Department of Public Welfare bulletin.
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