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Industry Worries New Medicare Board Will Be Too Isolated

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Industry worries the planned Independent Payment Advisory Board, established by the health care reform law to control Medicare spending, will be too insulated from stakeholders to make appropriate policy recommendations.

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