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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

  • Approximately seven million Americans will not need to wait until the next open enrollment period to take advantage[…]
  • Hospitals and charitable groups such as the United Way are exploring the possibility of paying the health insurance[…]
  • Many hospitals are considering whether they should continue to provide charity care to people who were eligible for[…]
  • About 500,000 people newly insured through the Affordable Care Act may lose their health insurance at the end[…]
  • Across the country, many free clinics that have long served the uninsured are becoming Medicaid providers. Not to[…]
  • A new study casts doubt on a major principle underlying a good deal of recent federal health care[…]
  • While the Affordable Care Act is enabling millions of Americans to obtain health insurance – many of them[…]
  • On the heels of the publication of a new Medicare regulation that imposes major cuts in qualified hospitals’[…]
  • Protect urban safety-net hospitals from Medicare DSH cuts by delaying those cuts, the National Association of Urban Hospitals[…]
  • Medicare inpatient rates will increase 1.4 percent in FY 2015. But the already-shrinking Medicare disproportionate share (Medicare DSH)[…]