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CMS Inpatient Proposal Adjusts For Severity But Not Charge Compression

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Device stakeholders welcome CMS' proposed revisions to its plan to adjust hospital inpatient payments for patient severity in fiscal 2008 but will continue to push the agency to better account for the costs of medical technology

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