Study finds Md. all-payer system not producing major changes

State officials say it's an incomplete view of the overall network

A study appearing in Health Affairs Monday found that Maryland’s all-payer global budgeting system may not have produced the systemic changes to hospital use promised when the system began to be adopted in 2011. But the state and Maryland hospitals reject the study as an incomplete view of just seven rural hospitals and said it missed ...

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