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CMS Considers Inherent Reasonableness Rule To Lower Pay For Diabetes Test Supplies

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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The use of a relatively obscure CMS fee-adjustment authority rather than competitive bidding to lower Medicare payment for diabetes testing supplies in the retail setting could be precedent setting.

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