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Could CMS Changes To Bundled Pay Models Stifle Medtechs' Value-Based Pay Plans?

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The US Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services proposed downsizing its CJR joint replacement value-based payment model and outright canceling its cardiac procedure bundled payment model. Will the move discourage companies like Zimmer Biomet, Johnson & Johnson, and Medtronic, which have already invested in programs based on the value-based models?

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