Legislation to Improve the Quality of and Access to Critical Services for Medicare Beneficiaries

AHA applauds the House Ways and Means Committee for considering legislation to improve the quality of and access to critical services for Medicare beneficiaries, help train the physician workforce of the future and reduce the administrative burden on rural hospitals.

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