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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

  • Access to behavioral health services can be a challenge for low-income adults, so the U.S. Government Accountability Office[…]
  • Do hospitals make money on graduate medical education? Do they lose money subsidizing positions above and beyond the[…]
  • Many states that expanded their Medicaid programs under the Affordable Care Act have experienced far greater increases in[…]
  • A state-wide effort among South Carolina hospitals has reduced readmissions in that state. With most of the state’s[…]
  • With the Obama administration’s victory in the King v. Burwell challenge, attention again turns to Medicaid expansion in[…]
  • As Medicaid marks its 50th anniversary, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) testified recently before the House Energy[…]
  • The journal Health Affairs has dedicated its July 2015 edition to “Medicaid’s Evolving Delivery Systems.” The edition includes[…]
  • The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently completed a review of the federal 340B Drug Pricing Program. The[…]
  • States are beginning to look anew at imposing cost-sharing requirements on their Medicaid population. Indiana now requires Medicaid[…]
  • The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has unveiled a proposal for long-awaited changed in its controversial[…]