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Congress Braves First Steps in Medicare Reform

Congress is getting serious about changes to Medicare, even if that means cutting coverage to services that senior citizens have long enjoyed. At issue are what’s known as Medicare “extenders,” tacked-on money that Congress has to approve annually to fund the program’s coverage for beneficiaries with chronic and debilitating conditions. In past years, Congress has passed a blanket extension of the payments, which include such things as funding for rural and low-volume hospitals, ambulance rides, specialized care for needy patients, and outpatient therapy. Read more…

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