Costs of Treatment Higher than Reimbursement for Some Neurovascular Conditions

February 2012
Healthcare Cost Containment;Feb2012, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p6
A table is presented which compares the costs of treatment of some neurovascular conditions with the medicare reimbursement from the Centers for Medicare & Medicare Services (CMS).


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