9, 2013 7:35 p.m. ET WASHINGTONAn annual push by doctors to delay cuts to Medicare patient fees is afoot, but this time the prognosis is better for a permanent solution to the long-festering problem. The Senate Finance Committee is scheduled to vote Thursday on “doc fix” legislation that would permanently change how Medicare providers are paid by the government for their services. Similar legislation was unanimously passed by the House Energy…
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2014 Medicare fee schedule expands chronic care management, keeps SGR pay cuts
The clock is ticking. At stake are cool stuff innovations that would make Medicare more cost effective for current and future generations of seniors, said AMA spokesman Robert J.
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