CHICAGO -- National health-care reforms could give small hospitals more insured patient and better access to advanced-care facilities Standard & Poor's Corp. said in yesterday's edition of Credit Week Municipal

Martin Arrick, an associate director at the rating agency, said that rural hospitals could benefit from the Clinton administration's call for national health insurance. But the gains could be offset by Medicaid and Medicare cutbacks, Arrick warned.

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