Health Care Reform and Reimbursement From an Insurer's Perspective

January 2011
Neurology Reviews;Jan2011, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p1
The article focuses on the remarks of UnitedHealth Group Inc. executive vice president Reed V. Tuckson on health care reform legislation and reimbursement in the U.S. Tuckson stresses the significance for clinicians and researchers to find novel innovations that improve medical care and reduce medical care cost. He also encourages physicians to be attentive to what is in the health care reform bill and its administration for the modernization of the health care delivery system.


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