President Bush's 2009 Budget: What does it mean for health care providers?

February 27, 2008

Teleconference Overview

On February 4, the Bush Administration sent its $3.1 trillion FY 2009 budget proposal to Congress. To help balance the budget by 2012, the proposal includes $200 billion in cuts to Medicare ($182.7 billion) and Medicaid ($18.2 billion) over five years.

In this teleconference, we will discuss the Bush budget proposal, including proposed cuts in IME and DSH payments and bad debt expense, and look ahead to the congressional budget process. Please join our experts to find out how this proposed budget, and the congressional activity it will unleash, is likely to affect your organization.

Dial-in information and presentation materials will be e-mailed to all registrants before the teleconference.