Congress will craft new Medicare policy

Gatty, Bob
February 1997
Urology Times;Feb97, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p2
Focuses on possible changes in Medicare policy under the 105th Congress that could affect urology practice in the United States. Protection of the rights of Medicare beneficiaries enrolled in managed care plans to access specialty care and information; Outlawing of gag clauses in managed care Medicare contracts; Plan to remove all graduate medical funds from Medicare health maintenance organization payments.


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