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Matros predicts CMS will take phased approach to PDPM cuts

Rick Matros
Sabra Health Care REIT CEO and Chairman Rick Matros predicted Thursday that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will take a temperate approach if it hits skilled nursing operators with a reimbursement cut to recalibrate the Patient Driven Payment Model’s parity adjustment.

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