Medicare may pay more for primary-care docs, rural surgeons
The Senate Finance Committee has outlined a proposal to add a 5% bonus to Medicare payments for primary-care docs. General surgeons who practice in rural areas where surgeons are scarce would also qualify. But still unclear is how to pay for it, notes this blog posting from the Wall Street Journal.
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