For now, GOP plan doesn’t touch Md. hospital payment system

The Maryland health care community remains in wait-and-see mode after House Republicans’ plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act didn’t remove or eliminate Maryland’s demonstration authority, also known as the Medicare waiver. The Republican plan, called the American Health Care Act, focused on coverage, leaving uncertain the status of Maryland’s all-payer model that governs hospital services ...

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