Health Care

October 16, 2015 6:18 PM

Funding cut ahead for Jackson Health, other hospitals to care for uninsured

Hospital funding for uninsured care reduced by $400 million next year

Feds won’t pay for those who would be covered by Medicaid expansion

Shortfall will challenge legislators’ ability to ensure access to care

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