Senate Delays Medicare Cuts To Doctor Rates By 1 Year
The measure, which stops the reduction in rates scheduled to take effect in January, passed the chamber by a unanimous voice vote, according to The Hill, which reported that about $19 billion from subsidies set aside for state-run insurance exchanges created by the health care overhaul law will pay for the fix.
Sens. Harry Reid, D-N.V., Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., Max Baucus, D-Mont. and...
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