COLORADO SPRINGS -- Proposed national health-care reforms could weaken some hospital credits by curbing revenue growth, according to health-care officials attending a conference here.

John Goetz, vice president and assistant director of the Healthcare Ratings Group at Moody's Investors Service, said that national health reforms could have a "generally negative" impact on health-care bond ratings.

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