Friday, May 26, 2017
What I’m Reading: Bloomberg
Trumpcare's chances of becoming law took a big hit this week. But the hospitals and Medicaid insurers directly in its path can't rest easy. Shares of such companies rose on Thursday, presumably cheering the Congressional Budget Office's score of the House-passed version of the American Health Care Act. The CBO score, released Wednesday evening, raised substantial new roadblocks to Trumpcare's passage in the Senate. It said the law would take health care from 23 million Americans.
Hospitals Face an Ugly, Uncertain Future