November 1, 2009
Teaching Hospitals Are Wary of Losing Federal Money in Reforms
Jay Premack for The Chronicle
As Congress inches closer to a showdown over legislation that would overhaul the nation's health-care system, medical educators are eyeing provisions that would expand the primary-care work force. And while they applaud the goal of extending health insurance to most Americans, some educators worry that teaching hospitals could lose millions of federal dollars they have counted on to compensate them for treating poor and uninsured patients.
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