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Medicare to Adjust Payment for Dialysis Drugs After Overspending Millions

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The Medicare system is recalculating how much it will reimburse hospitals and clinics for the drugs used to treat dialysis patients after federal auditors found recently that the program could save as much as $880 million annually.

An analysis by The Washington Post in August showed that the government was overspending by hundreds of millions for just one group of those drugs.

Read the full story: http://wapo.st/Td5WnW

Source: The Washington Post

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