Medicare Payment Cuts Loom for ASCs; Economists Warn Forestalling Could Have Dire Consequences
Most economists have said that failing to act on these issues could prompt another recession and additional job losses.
Medicare payments to providers are scheduled to face a 2 percent reduction in 2013 and beyond, meaning that the 0.6 percent update for ASCs in 2013 will become a 1.4 percent reduction unless sequestration is forestalled.
Learn more about the ASCA Government Affairs Update.
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