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Outpatient PPS Rule Sparks Concern Over Cyberonics' NCP, Radiosurgery

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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At least nine hospitals are requesting an increase in the Medicare reimbursement rate for Cyberonics' NCP neurocybernetic prosthesis by the Health Care Financing Administration.

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