H.R. 6575, Voluntary Hospital Cost Containment Act of 1978 (as Approved by the Subcommittee on Health, Committee on Ways and Means): Summary, Justification, Explanation, and Comparison with Present Law
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1978 - Hospitals - 20 pages
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15 percent adjustments admission increases amount in controversy annual increase limit applicable assets to liabilities average reimbursement BILL GRADISON calculated calendar consolidation cost containment program cost payers coverage current ratio decreases in admissions delivery and financing determining escrow excess charges billed excess revenue excise tax exempt fallback Federal mandatory program Federal program financing of health HAROLD FORD health maintenance organization health systems agency hospital cost containment hospital's base accounting improper admissions practices increase in total increases or decreases individual hospital inpatient revenues Justification and explanation.—In malpractice insurance medicaid medicare reimbursement ment number of admissions OTIS G pass-throughs percentage increase physician pital Provider Reimbursement Review psychiatric hospital purposes of medicare rate of increase ratio of assets reimbursed under titles Reimbursement Review Board reporting mechanism revenue limit section 114 Social Security Act sole community providers Summary.—This section provides tion total charges total hospital expenses voluntary cost containment voluntary program