Truman Medical Center and the University of Kansas Hospital will be docked 1 percent of their Medicare reimbursements this year under a federal program that is intended to reduce preventable complications but has drawn criticism for falling disproportionately on teaching hospitals that serve low-income populations.
Truman Medical Center and the University of Kansas Hospital will be docked 1 percent of their Medicare reimbursements this year under a federal program that is intended to reduce preventable complications but has drawn criticism for falling disproportionately on teaching hospitals that serve low-income populations. Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com
Truman Medical Center and the University of Kansas Hospital will be docked 1 percent of their Medicare reimbursements this year under a federal program that is intended to reduce preventable complications but has drawn criticism for falling disproportionately on teaching hospitals that serve low-income populations. Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com

KU and Truman hospitals are hit with controversial Medicare penalty again

December 26, 2017 02:34 PM