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7th Circuit Holds Certain Provider Taxes Paid by Hospitals Not Fully Reimbursable Under Medicare

A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (the “Seventh Circuit” or the “Court”) upheld summary judgment in favor of the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in a suit...more

A Second Court of Appeals Rules Against Hospitals in Medicare “Provider Tax” Case

Most states assess taxes against hospitals or other providers as a means of funding their Medicaid programs. The revenues generated by the taxes are used, with CMS’s approval, to fund Medicaid payments to various providers,...more

Payment Matters: Court of Appeals Upholds Medicare Offset in Provider Tax Case

Many states assess taxes against hospitals or other providers as a means of funding their Medicaid programs. The revenues generated by the taxes are used, with CMS's approval, to fund Medicaid payments to various providers,...more

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