Diminishing Returns

Gegerson, Andrew; Kittay, Jeff; Breedlove, James
February 2016
Podiatry Management;Feb2016, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p36
Letter to the Editor
Several letters to the editor are presented about implementation of a policy in which the co-insurance will no longer be covered for Medicare/Medicaid clients.


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