The American Medical Association has launched a national media campaign urging the public and physicians to tell Congress to repeal the sustainable growth rate Medicare payment formula before 30% cuts go into effect on Jan. 1. >>>
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Citing a familiar litany of complaints such as declining reimbursements and rising costs, 28% of physicians in their final year of training say that if they had to do it all over again, they'd choose another profession. This is not alarming. It's maddening. >>>
A package of reforms aimed at hospitals and announced by the Department of Health and Human Services will do away with "overly burdensome regulations," says Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. >>>
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