MedPAC exec: Don't raise nursing home doctor pay for a decade

05/16/2013 | McKnight's Long-Term Care News

An official with the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission told senators that reimbursement rates for primary care and doctors' visits to nursing homes should be kept at current levels for a decade as part of finding a solution to the sustainable growth rate system. MedPAC's Mark Miller outlined a plan similar to the one the committee endorsed in 2011.

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