Hospital groups compete for long-term care patients

Two major hospital groups are drafting bills to help each compete for the same group of patients, reports Politico Pro. The National Association of Long Term Hospitals is designing a bill that would guide long-term care patients toward its members' care facilities, while the American Hospital Association has written its own bill that would narrow down eligibility standards for long-term care hospitals to make it harder for patients to get admitted. Article

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