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CMS Proposes Two-Year Phase-In For Ambulatory Surgical Center Reform

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Procedures performed at ambulatory surgical centers will be reimbursed at about 62% of the hospital outpatient payment rate in 2008 under a proposal released Aug. 8

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