CHICAGO — The nonprofit health care sector’s brief post-2008 recovery is about to deteriorate in the face of myriad pressures, credit analysts warned in a pair of reports Wednesday.

Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s Investors Service disagreed on what to expect this year, but agreed that the next several years could be rough due to weak revenue, reimbursement challenges, and uncertainty surrounding the new health care law.

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