Access to integrated, community-based cancer treatment in jeopardy

In July 2013, the Medicare Patient Access to Cancer Treatment Act (H.R. 2869), a bipartisan bill, was introduced to remedy a flawed Medicare payment policy that pays more to hospitals than cancer care centers for the same care. This legislation would equalize reimbursements for cancer treatments regardless of whether a service is delivered in the hospital or a physician office. We encourage you to reach out to your Representatives and encourage them to cosponsor the Medicare Patient Access to Cancer Treatment Act.

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Posted January 21, 2014