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Uncompensated Care Faces a Double Hit in Some States
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Medicaid is widely regarded as a poor payer related to costs, but hospitals, especially the nation’s safety-nets, are eager to get more of their state’s residents on the plan nevertheless. That’s because Medicaid’s reimbursement rate, which varies by state, is much better than nothing at all, which is what many hospitals claim they get, in reimbursement terms, from treating the uninsured.

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