CBO: Medicare commission would yield only $2B in savings

The Congressional Budget Office concluded that the proposed Independent Medicare Advisory Council, a commission that would regulate Medicare payments to doctors and hospitals, would yield savings of only $2 billion between 2010 and 2019. Democratic lawmakers are expected to defend the health care plan by presenting other measures that would offer multiple benefits and cost savings.

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