Physician-owned hospitals cherry-pick healthy and wealthy patients, provide limited emergency services and increase costs for patients, providers and the federal government, write AHA Executive Vice President Stacey Hughes and Federation of American Hospitals President and CEO Chip Kahn. “It is therefore imperative that we maintain the current law, which protects the Medicare program from expansion of POH practices, and not roll-back protections under false, theoretical arguments.” READ MORE

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