The Affordable Care Act (ACA) needs fixes, the hospital association said in a statement issued Wednesday, but the current law helped drive down the rate of Minnesotans lacking coverage to just 4 percent.
The trade group says the bill from
"We cannot support a return to a system that increases our rate of uninsured; re-creates a reliance on the emergency room; and discourages preventive care, mental health care, routine screenings and other health care throughout a person's lifetime," said
The ACA has helped hospitals financially by reducing uncompensated care costs. In
A report earlier this month from
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