Providers to battle for life of CLASS Act, other Medicare and Medicaid payment issues

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With lawmakers coming down to the wire to create a U.S. deficit reduction package, provides will be turning up the lobbying heat in an effort to keep the CLASS Act, and certain other important Medicaid and Medicare programs. It could be an uphill battle: Several prominent proposals have already recommended billions of dollars of cuts in healthcare funding.


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