UPDATE: Congress set to restore Medicare reimbursement next week

June 18, 2010 by MassDevice staff

Congress is set to restore Medicare reimbursement for physicians next week, after a 21 percent cut went into effect June 18.

Healthcare reform

Congress is set to restore Medicare reimbursement rates for physicians next week, meaning a de facto 2.2 percent pay raise, after a 21 percent cut went into effect today.

The rollback would only last six months, however, meaning further rate cuts could be in store down the road.

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