AHA to President Obama: Protect Health Care for Seniors, Disabled in FY 2017 Budget

AHA urges President Obama to protect access to health care services for seniors and disabled by not including further hospital payment reductions under Medicare in the FY 2017 federal budget proposal.

160127-let-seniors.pdf

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