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The National Association of Urban Hospitals consists of private, non-profit urban safety-net hospitals that work together to advocate fair and adequate support, financing, and reimbursement from government payers – Medicare and Medicaid – for hospitals that serve America's neediest urban communities.

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Noteworthy News

  • Hispanics. Young people between the ages of 19 and 34. Men. Low-income people, especially those living in states[…]
  • The question of whether Medicare should consider the socio-economic status of the patients hospitals serve when it judges[…]
  • The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has proposed a new rule that would clarify the basis for[…]
  • A new study has found that physicians who practice in areas with higher proportions of low-income, uninsured, less-educated,[…]
  • Medicare will impose more than $500 million in penalties in FY 2017 on hospitals that readmit too many[…]
  • New guidance issued by the Centers for Medicaid Services outlines how states can make better use of home[…]
  • A number of states supplement the Medicaid revenue of high-volume Medicaid hospitals – and draw down additional federal[…]
  • Medicaid beneficiaries enrolled in commercial, marketplace health plans have better access to appointments for primary care services than[…]
  • Some of the payments Medicare makes to hospitals to help them with their uncompensated care costs are not[…]
  • The Commonwealth Fund is launching a new series of case studies describing “innovative programs designed to address the[…]