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Thomas BBA Bill Would Reimburse Outpatient Devices At Higher Rate

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Hospitals would receive additional payment for medical devices used in Medicare outpatient services under Balanced Budget Act provider relief legislation adopted by the House Ways and Means/Health Subcommittee on Oct. 15.

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