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DME competitive bidding

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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American Association for Homecare's Sept. 18 lobbying event to oppose implementation of a national durable medical equipment competitive bidding program is expected to draw over 100 industry reps and consumers, the association says. Legislation authorizing competitive bidding passed the House as part of the Medicare Modernization & Prescription Drug Act (HR 4954) and the Senate plans to work on Medicare legislation after the August recess that could include competitive bidding language (1"The Gray Sheet" June 24, 2002, p. 7)...
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