How the White House hopes to control healthcare costs
Washington Post, June 4, 2009
The Obama administration wants Medicare Payment Advisory Commission to have real power so that it can tweak Medicare payments on an ongoing basis, instead of waiting for massive healthcare reform to fix everything at once. One option would make MedPAC part of the executive branch, another would give it authority to fast track its yearly recommendations through Congress.
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