Medicare.gov: the official U.S. government site for Medicare

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Medicare Reimbursement Changes

Supporters of the reimbursement cut are quick to point out that opponents of the new plan have significant financial interests tied with the pharmaceutical industry. Politicians in particular have a lot to gain – or lose – by backing Big Pharma. In the current election cycle, the pharmaceutical industry has contributed more than $30 million to various campaigns already. In 2014, it was $32 million. Proponents of the new plan also contend that allowing pharmaceutical companies to go unchallenged when it comes to reimbursements will have a devastating impact on future Medicare negotiations.
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3 Changes to Medicare in 2017

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Medicare Payment & Delivery Changes

Following years of advocacy by the nation’s physicians standing up for their patients and their practices, Congress repealed the sustainable growth rate (SGR) formula. The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA), in addition to eliminating the SGR, represents the most significant change in Medicare physician payment policy in over 25 years.
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