The Attorney General’s Office Thursday argued a federal judge should dismiss a lawsuit filed by 10 hospitals against the state.
Hospitals are suing over the state’s decision to cut how much it pays doctors and hospitals for treating low-income Medicaid patients.
They say those cuts violate New Hampshire’s agreement with the federal government to provide care to the poor.
But Senior Assistant Attorney General Nancy Smith says hospitals have no legal authority to question state reimbursement rates.
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