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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

  • Payments to primary care physicians who serve Medicaid patients will fall an average of 42.8 percent beginning next[…]
  • A new study has found that employment status is the leading socioeconomic indicator of hospital readmissions for patients[…]
  • Many of the primary care providers that participate in Medicaid managed care programs are inaccessible to those plans’[…]
  • Medicare beneficiaries living in the most disadvantaged neighborhoods are more likely than others to require readmission to the[…]
  • Homeless people with serious medical problems are more likely than others to be readmitted to hospitals – and[…]
  • The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has published a new regulation that defines “uninsured” for the[…]
  • The National Association of Urban Hospitals today released a new study that examines thefinancial impact on urban safety-net[…]
  • The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has decided against releasing a long-awaited regulation that was expected[…]
  • The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has outlined the areas[…]
  • The directors of state Medicaid programs met recently outside Washington, D.C. to compare notes and take a closer[…]