Some recent media articles have used the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission’s March report to Congress to suggest a one-sided, inaccurate and misleading view of hospitals’ financial situations, writes Ashley Thompson, AHA’s senior vice president for public policy analysis and development. READ MORE

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