CMS Officials 'Optimistic' Supreme Court Will Uphold Affordable Care Act
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Medicare and Medicaid officials said last week that they are confident the Supreme Court will uphold the health care reform law, and that they will continue to focus on implementing various provisions, such as a program to promote accountable care organizations.
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