The Senate is debating ways to reverse a 21 percent cut in Medicare physician payments that began on June 1. The legislation would also include additional Medicaid money for states. Meanwhile, the Department of Health and Human Services released new guidelines that would determine whether or not “grandfathered” health insurance plans could retain that status.
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