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Mislabeled hospitals cost Medicare too much, IG reports

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A federal program meant to help rural hospitals is broke, and the government needs to fix it, the Inspector General of the Department of Health and Human Services said Thursday. The Critical Access Hospital program was created to financially help hospitals in rural areas by reimbursing them at high rates. CAHs receive 101 percent of their "reasonable costs" for most services they provide, the...

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