AMIC: Potential voters not in favor of proposed imaging cuts

09/9/2009 | AuntMinnie.com (free registration)

A recent survey conducted by Zogby Interactive showed that 71% of likely voters are not in favor of the proposed cuts in Medicare reimbursement for tests using advanced imaging, the Access to Medical Imaging Coalition said. About 78% of the respondents said the proposed cuts will affect doctors' ability to diagnose diseases, according to the survey.

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