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specialty hospital

1. A hospital that provides a limited range of services (e.g., orthopedic surgery, ophthalmology, or obstetrics). 2. A hospital in which two thirds of Medicare patients receive care for just two Diagnosis-Related Groups (DRGs).
2. A hospital in which two thirds of Medicare patients receive care for just two Diagnosis-Related Groups (DRGs).
3. A hospital in which two thirds of patients are assigned for outpatient surgical procedures.
See also: hospital
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Medicare officials are changing the way hospitals get paid to provide cardiac care in an effort to level the playing field between general hospitals and cardiac specialty hospitals.
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