In the Last 10 Years, Medicare Has Spent More Than $1.5 Billion in Replacing Defective Heart Devices

According to the Office of the Inspector General, Medicare has spent in the last 10 years more than $1.5 billion in replacing seven types of defective heart devices and patients have paid out $140 million in out-of-pocket costs. Read article here…

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