Poll: Medicare cuts will kill 40,000 jobs

Berklan, James M.
December 2011
McKnight's Long-Term Care News;Dec2011, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p1
The article presents the results of a survey which showed healthcare providers' expectation that the reduction of skilled nursing payment rates under the new final Medicare payment rule enacted on October 1, 2011 will eliminate 40,000 jobs.


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