IPAB Raised At Debate; Romney Advisor Skeptical Board Will Ever Meet, Even If Obama Wins
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Strict conflict-of-interest restrictions will make it very challenging to get people confirmed to serve on the Independent Payment Advisory Board, established under health reform, according to a top advisor to Mitt Romney. IPAB was a contentious issue in last week’s presidential debate.
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