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Maryland hospitals denied immediate rate increase

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Panel could authorize higher charges starting in July Maryland officials decided not to allow hospitals to increase charges for the remainder of the current fiscal year ending in June, but could authorize rates to rise starting in July. The Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission ruled that hospitals would have to absorb the 2 percent cuts to Medicare payments that started in April as...

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