Docs Divided On Influence Of Scorecards In Accepting Medicare Patients

(By – Dan Munro, Forbes Contributor)

Most doctors in the U.S. continue to see and treat Medicare patients, of course, but the controversy of new scorecards and Yelp ratings tied directly to Medicare data could have a negative influence on their decision to see patients with reimbursement rates that are lower than private insurance. That was the question put before the large physician social network known as SERMO recently and almost 1,500 physicians responded. Read more…

 

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