Medicare to cap home health payments amid rampant fraud
Miami Herald, August 5, 2009
Medicare is taking tough steps to stop agencies from filing hundreds of millions of dollars a year in false claims. The federal agency is proposing a nationwide cap that would reduce Medicare reimbursements to any agency treating homebound patients with diabetes or other chronic ailments. The proposed limit would be 10% of the bill.
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