A Republican filibuster appears increasingly likely to kill the legislation that includes reversing the 21 percent fee cut imposed last week on doctors participating in Medicare.READ MORE
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The unending problem of reduced Medicare payments to radiologists continues. This weekend, the Senate passed a 6-month fix that would have averted a 21% pay cut to physicians. However, the House has thus far refused to take up the bill passed in the Senate.READ MORE
The Senate passed a bill today to block the 21 percent cut to Medicare physician pay for six months.READ MORE
The Continuing Extension Act of 2010, enacted on April 15, 2010, extended the zero percent (0%) update to the 2010 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS) through May 31, 2010.READ MORE
The Continuing Extension Act of 2010, enacted on April 15, 2010, extended the zero percent (0%) update to the 2010 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS) through May 31, 2010. At this time, Congress is debating the elimination of the negative update that took effect June 1, 2010.READ MORE