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Evidence Reports For MCAC Incontinence Panel Raise Stakeholder Concerns

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Members of the Medicare Coverage Advisory Committee's Medical and Surgical Procedures Panel, set to review urinary incontinence treatments April 12-13, have access upon request to any data or correspondence submitted by outside stakeholders to the Health Care Financing Administration, agency officials report.

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