Medicare payment set to drop 29.5% in 2012 if nothing done, some look to alternatives
Physicians breathed a sigh of relief in December 2010 when President Obama signed a bill that would postpone the scheduled reduction in Medicare reimbursement to physicians, but the threat has not gone away. Without further action, reimbursement rates could be slashed by 29.5% by January 1, 2012.
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