Catholic Healthcare West and SEIU-UHW Union Healthcare Members Unite to Preserve Medi-Cal and Medicare Funding

November 2011
Biomedical Market Newsletter;11/14/2011, Vol. 21, p545
The article reports on the move of SEIU-UHW United Healthcare Workers West members, Catholic Healthcare West and other interested parties which called on the U.S. Congress and the Super Committee to preserve Medi-Cal and Medicare funding. The group reportedly hosted a press conference to lobby for the funding as the Congress is set to decide whether or not to cut at least 500 billion dollars to Medicare and Medicaid. Comments from Inez Tomasino and Tom Hennessey on the issue are also presented.


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