Editors' Blog: Medicare Part B therapy caps' wrath

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Nursing home company reaches $2.7 million settlement in therapy billing case
Nursing home company reaches $2.7 million settlement in therapy billing case
At least for the moment, Medicare Part B therapy caps are back. And they promise to make life tough for residents and nursing homes. For more, go to http://editor.blogs.mcknights.com/.
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