What Do You Think?

March 2012
MDS Alert;Mar2012, Vol. 10 Issue 3, pp33
The article presents questions and answers related to Medicare and speech language pathologist (SLP) including Medicare reimbursement, Medicare insurance and non payers of Medicare.


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