Senate Stops Rise in Medicare Reimbursements

“With budget anxieties pervading the congressional healthcare debate, the Senate on Wednesday sidetracked popular legislation that would have increased Medicare payments to doctors by nearly $250 billion over the next decade.” (Los Angeles Times, Thursday)

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