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‘Strap on your seat belts,’ as post-acute experts forecast opportunities amid threats of week-old Biden administration

Long-term care providers wary of extra scrutiny should also be prepared for new opportunities in an administration that will likely expand insurance coverage and embrace innovative care models that could reshape the referral process. That was one of several takeaways from Wednesday’s NIC Leadership huddle featuring post-acute care policy experts Dan Mendelson, founder of Avalere…

Clinical briefs for Tuesday, Nov. 10

Patient groups ask U.S. Supreme Court to uphold ACA ahead of Tuesday hearing … Biden announces COVID advisory board … Patients’ response to Parkinson’s drugs linked to presence of tremor … Aspirin to be tested in UK COVID patients after lowering mortality in U.S. study … VA recruits thousands for COVID vaccine trials … ‘Watchful…

Highest Court takes a pass on MedPAC-replacement case

Attorneys working to abolish the Independent Payment Advisory Board vowed Tuesday to fight the IPAB’s first board action, whenever it might come. On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a long-standing case challenging the panel’s constitutionality.

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