National health-care reform will have no "immediate or drastic" impact on ratings for health-care facilities or state and local credits, a Standard & Poor's Corp. official said Friday.

Robert Fuller, a managing director, said that most Standard & Poor's ratings already reflect the credits' ability and willingness to meet debt service obligations in an era of health-care reforms.

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