Jul 21, 2015
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Medicare could save more than $4 billion per year—without detriment to patients—if patients were discharged to skilled nursing facilities, rather than long-term care hospitals, for postacute care.
The US federal government's hospital scoring can be woefully inaccurate, research suggests, giving many small hospitals undue boosts
Expanding health-insurance subsidies can benefit both patients and providers, but the dynamics are complicated.