Medicare Prospective Payment For Post-Acute Care Should Be HCFA Priority
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The Health Care Financing Administration should place a priority on developing prospective payment systems for post-acute care in the event that the agency must choose among the various mandates in the Balanced Budget Act, Medicare Payment Advisory Commission Chair Gail Wilensky advised at a Feb. 25 press briefing.
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