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Reform pits city hospitals vs. rural

Smaller facilities seek more funds

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / July 19, 2009

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WASHINGTON - Large, urban teaching hospitals - including hospitals that are the biggest engines in the Boston economy - are facing the possible loss of hundreds of millions of dollars under national healthcare reform as rural lawmakers on Capitol Hill wage a fight to win more federal cash for their local institutions. (Full article: 915 words)

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