Lawmakers call for delay in competitive-bidding program

06/9/2008 | Google

House and Senate legislators are urging a delay and raising concerns about a competitive-bidding plan for oxygen machines and other medical equipment, which the Bush administration believes can save Medicare about $1 billion annually. Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich., said the idea behind the program is sound, but "the implementation has been flawed."

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