Billionaire-backed Arnold Ventures is once again pushing its anti-hospital agenda with a new one-page “report” making the Orwellian claim that “site-neutral payment reforms will protect rural patients,” writes Aaron Wesolowski, AHA vice president of research strategy and policy communications. In addition to downplaying the impact of these cuts, the report “purposefully belittles the importance of the rural hospitals that would be subject to these cuts.” READ MORE

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