South Carolina Medicaid to quit paying for errors
The State, August 25, 2008
South Carolina's Medicaid program plans to stop paying hospitals for medical errors they make. Representatives from the state Health and Human Services Department said South Carolina officials must resolve some technical questions before stopping the payments, however. South Carolina Hospital Association representatives say the group already has adopted principles encouraging hospitals not to bill for certain mistakes.
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