When Medicare Is Reshuffled, Who Will Hold The Aces?Paul Magnusson
Premature infants at Self Memorial Hospital in Greenwood, S.C., are luckier than most. Nurses and doctors hover over 17 tiny incubators in the intensive-care unit, monitoring IVs, thermometers, and the ultraviolet lights that combat jaundice. But Greenwood's preemies may have to be moved 60 miles south to another intensive-care nursery if Congress passes a Medicare reform bill.
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