Congress Tackles Medicare Providers’ Fees and Outpatient Therapy Limits The 113th Congress, recognizing that the Medicare program contains some inherently problematic issues, is beginning to discuss how to fix two of the program’s most critical problems—the annual fee schedule and the per-beneficiary cap on therapy services—and to reward providers for high-quality and efficient practices. Visit www.asha.org/leader for more information. Policy Analysis
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Policy Analysis  |   April 01, 2013
Congress Tackles Medicare Providers’ Fees and Outpatient Therapy Limits
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Policy Analysis   |   April 01, 2013
Congress Tackles Medicare Providers’ Fees and Outpatient Therapy Limits
The ASHA Leader, April 2013, Vol. 18, online only. doi:10.1044/leader.PA3.18042013.np
The ASHA Leader, April 2013, Vol. 18, online only. doi:10.1044/leader.PA3.18042013.np
The 113th Congress, recognizing that the Medicare program contains some inherently problematic issues, is beginning to discuss how to fix two of the program’s most critical problems—the annual fee schedule and the per-beneficiary cap on therapy services—and to reward providers for high-quality and efficient practices. Visit www.asha.org/leader for more information.
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