Group lobbies against proposed changes in CMS imaging-use rate

08/24/2009 | Diagnostic Imaging

The Emergency Coalition to Save Cancer Imaging, composed of private-practice doctors in the New York City metro area and their patients, is lobbying against the proposals in Congress to change the CMS utilization assumption rate for medical imaging. Members of the coalition say the changes would cause delays in diagnosing cancer patients.

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