Broad Coalition Floats Medicare Reforms CMS Could Do Administratively

By Dorothy Mills-Gregg / April 14, 2021 at 12:49 PM
The Biden administration should administratively reform Medicare to prevent market consolidation, improve cost transparency, boost site-neutral payments and increase the number of mandatory alternative payment models, among other changes, Consumers First, a coalition of beneficiary, union and employer-sponsored insurance advocates, said Tuesday (April 13). The coalition floated an HHS administrative agenda that lays out several Medicare-specific reforms that Families USA, AFSCME, First Focus on Children and American Benefits Council, among others in the coalition, say would improve health care affordability,...

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