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What are the Medicare Premiums and Coinsurance Rates for 2010?

Medicare Part A will pay for care in a skilled nursing facility, inpatient hospital, and a bit of home health care. For every benefit duration, Medicare will pay all the covered prices except for the Medicare Part A deductible (in 2010, it equaled to $1,100) in the first 60 days and hospital stay coinsurance amounts which last over 60 days and not more than 150 days.
Source: mymedicare.com

2010 Medicare Part B Fee Schedules (January 1, 2010 through November 30, 2010)

On May 10, 2010 CMS released revised physician payment files to Medicare Contractors necessary to reflect changes to payments as a result of the CY 2010 correction notice published in the Federal Register on May 11, 2010 and changes resulting from the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act.  This fee schedule also reflects the Department of Defense Appropriations Act of 2010, the Temporary Extension Act of 2010, and the Continuing Extension Act of 2010 which have provided for a zero percent update to the 2010 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule and is effective for claims with dates of service from January 1, 2010 through May 31, 2010.  Instructions regarding the reprocessing of claims paid prior to the implementation of the revised files is forthcoming from CMS.
Source: ahcancal.org

2010 Medicare Fee Schedule Published // ACEP

Practice expense:  Results of the AMA-coordinated practice expense survey (PCPI) have been incorporated by CMS and will be phased in over a 4-year period. Emergency medicine will realize a slight (2%) increase in practice expenses, with a small increase in levels 4 and 5 and larger increases in levels 1-3.  The American College of Cardiology, which had reductions to PE, is planning to take its fight to Congress to have the survey discarded. ACEP strongly supported the survey.
Source: acep.org

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