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Industry Urges CMS To Scrutinize Impact Of Pay Cuts For Multiple Imaging Services

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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The device industry is calling on CMS to conduct a full patient-impact analysis of further reducing physician pay for multiple imaging procedures performed during a single session – and to do so before it implements any proposed pay cuts.

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