A recent Health Affairs Blog post by physicians “gives an incomplete account of the implications of allowing new and expanded physician-owned hospitals to bill Medicare and Medicaid,” writes Shira Hollander, AHA senior associate director of policy.

“The growth of physician-owned hospitals was restricted for good reasons, and those remain valid today.”

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