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Industry Council Recommends More Medicare Cost-Sharing To Supercommittee

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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A health care industry coalition Sept. 14 said it will advise Congress’ deficit-reducing “supercommittee” to create a more uniform cost-sharing structure, including the potential addition of new patient deductibles and co-pays in areas such as laboratory services.
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