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Hospitals Nervous As Medicare Considers Paying For Joint Replacements At Surgical Centers

08:58 EDT 7 Aug 2017 | Kaiser Health News

If the federal government begins covering hip and knee surgeries in outpatient facilities, hospitals could lose substantial business. Also in the news, consumer groups mobilize to fight the Trump administration's proposal to allow nursing homes to force residents to settle complaints through mediation and in support of a decision during the Obama administration to hold up Medicaid money for Texas because of anti-abortion laws there.

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