Texan working to make Medicare savings a reality
Dallas Morning News, March 23, 2009
Mark McClellan, a major policy figure in healthcare during the Bush administration, is now is using his post at Washington's Brookings Institution to keep moving in the circle of implementers who want to "bend the curve" of rising healthcare costs. Along with several other healthcare experts, McClellan is trying to persuade President Barack Obama's reform team and Congress to pay hospitals and doctors more if they can show they're improving treatment for Medicare patients while lowering costs.
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