Are the Proposed Rule Changes Too Narrow?

February 2006
Medical Economics;2/3/2006, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p42
Trade Publication
The article discusses the reactions of the Medical Group Management Association on the proposed Stark exception for health information technology in the U.S. The proposition that a physician must be a hospital staff member could complicate group practices where only some doctors work at a particular medical institution.


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