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McLaughlin, Neil
February 2001
Modern Healthcare;02/12/2001, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p44
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Focuses on the efforts of health services to improve Medicare payment in the United States. Result of the move by the University of Pennsylvania and Centura Health in Colorado to abandon their failed business strategies; Information on the capital-improvement projects of North Mississippi Health Services; Implications of the United States economy for Medicare.


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