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Chronic-Care Bill Would Extend Pilot On Use Of Home-Care Devices, Promote Telehealth

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Democratic and Republican leaders of the Senate Finance Committee plan to reintroduce the Chronic Care Act in 2017. It would provide Medicare pay incentives to improve management of chronic-care patients at home, streamline care coordination, and promote telehealth opportunities.

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