New Bill Delays Reimbursement Cuts & ICD-10 For One More Year

The House of Representatives has reached a deal to delay physician Medicare reimbursement cuts under the SGR formula for one more year. According to the Congressional Budget Office, the cost to repeal the SGR with the ACA delay will total more than $180 billion.

Another bill, which Congress will vote on today, “consolidates Medicare sequester cuts scheduled for 2024, so that they all take place in fiscal year 2024, rather than dividing them between fiscal years 2024 and 2025.” The bill also contains language that would delay ICD-10 implementation until 2015.

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