Trickle-Down Sequestration Effects
Medicare will start paying docs 2 percent less to treat beneficiaries if lawmakers don’t reach a different solution before this cut goes into effect on April 1. Physicians, already squeezed by a Medicare payment system that hasn’t kept pace with practice operating costs in recent years, along with rising insurance rates and other costs, may stop participating in optional continuing medical education, or cut down on the number of activities they participate in as a result. And ...
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