Medicare's no-pay events: Coping with the complications
As of October 1, a rule issued last year by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will stop payments to hospitals for hospital-acquired conditions found to be "reasonably preventable." But with a new proposal to add more health conditions to the list, officials with the American Medical Association are raising concerns.
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