Health Care Reform Advisory: Medicare in the 21st Century: Achieving Quality and Efficiency Through Payment and Service Delivery Reforms

Now that the much-anticipated health care reform legislation (the “Legislation”) has passed, the country’s attention will turn away from contentious debates about issues such as the public option, public funding, and coverage for abortion services, and undoubtedly will turn toward the effects of the Legislation on individuals and businesses.

In particular, all sectors of the health care industry should be focusing on the Legislation’s provisions intended to increase the quality of care provided by, and the efficiency and accountability of, the Medicare program while decreasing overall costs. These potential changes, along with the restructuring of the health insurance markets, are the cornerstone of health care reform.

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