Michigan hospital in jeopardy of losing Medicare funding; Feds give New Jersey hospitals $33M to treat Medicare patients;

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> St. John River District Hospital in East China Township, Michigan, may lose its Medicare funding May 7 unless the hospital makes a number of corrections, The Times Herald reported. Article

> Twenty New Jersey hospitals will receive an additional $33 million from the federal government to cover the costs of treating Medicare patients, according to NJ.com. Article

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