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What: Help! Kindred Healthcare (NYSE: KND) has fallen 11%, and it can't get up!

So what: As of this writing, Kindred is currently the second biggest loser on the NYSE today. But why? Wasn't it only a few days ago that the hospital operator was sent soaring on the wings of an earnings beat? In fact, it was, and it did. But that was before a suddenly budget-conscious Washington proposed cutting the rate of federal reimbursement for Medicare and Medicaid services by 11%.

Now what: Analysts are reminding investors that the proposal is just that -- and not yet a law. But investors are having none of it, translating an 11% drop in revenue into similar haircuts to the stock prices at Kindred, Skilled Healthcare (NYSE: SKH), and Sun Health (Nasdaq: SUNH).

I don't blame them. After all, Kindred already costs a pretty penny -- nearly 18 times earnings despite pre-reimbursement-cut growth estimates of just 10.8%. The stock was overpriced to begin with, and whether the rate cut becomes law, the shares cost too much still.

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