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Two safety-net hospitals hit hard by budget cuts

By Kay Lazar and Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / October 17, 2008

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State budget cuts will hit two of the state's safety-net hospitals particularly hard. Boston Medical Center has been notified it will not be reimbursed $64 million for care delivered to low-income Medicaid patients last fiscal year, and Cambridge Health Alliance will lose out on $40 million it had been expecting, state and hospital officials said yesterday. (Full article: 568 words)

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