A bipartisan Medicaid funding bill that keeps many of Illinois’ safety net and rural access hospitals open will be likely delayed until January, say members of a legislative panel tasked with crafting the legislation. The legislation, while free of partisan rancor, will likely lead to major changes in Illinois’ hospital system, possibly even hospital closures.

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