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New Technology Productivity Gains Offset Costs, MedPAC Analysts Suggest

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

The fiscal 2003 adjustment in payments to hospitals providing services for Medicare beneficiaries under the inpatient prospective payment system should not attempt to forecast the potential impact of new medical technology on the system, according to Medicare Payment Advisory Commission analysts
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