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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

  • Among the three goals of health care reform is “improving population health.” But what is “population health”? Members[…]
  • The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has released its proposed Medicare inpatient prospective payment system regulation[…]
  • The National Association of Urban Hospitals has contacted every member of Congress to ask that they reject a[…]
  • Come 2017, states will have a new tool at their disposal through which to pursue health care reform.[…]
  • The federal government has issued a proposal that would make it easier for hospitals to meet “meaningful use”[…]
  • Because one of the goals of the Affordable Care Act is to improve the health of communities, the[…]
  • The independent agency that advises Congress on Medicare payment issues has recommended that Medicare eliminate its controversial two-midnight[…]
  • Last fall the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation brought together grant recipients and national experts to talk about health[…]
  • The federal agency created by the Affordable Care Act to facilitate better coordination of federal benefits for those[…]
  • At a recent meeting of the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission (MACPAC), the agency’s staff made[…]