Medicare plan would give rural health care cash injection

10/20/2003 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Both houses are proposing spending increases, from $25 billion to $28 billion, to help rural care facilities and health care providers. Despite the push, a report says that on the whole, elderly patients are not having trouble accessing health care in small towns.

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