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Chasing Millions In Medicaid Dollars, Hospitals Buy Up Nursing Homes
The lease lets it take advantage of a wrinkle in Medicaid’s complex funding formula that gives Indiana nursing homes owned or leased by city or county governments a funding boost. For Indiana, that translates to 30 percent more federal dollars per ...
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