Congress OKs Measure Averting 27.4% Physician Pay Cut

Posted by | February 29, 2012 | No Comments
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The US Senate and House approved a payroll tax package which includes a provision to stave off a 27.4% cut in physician Medicare payments that was scheduled to be effective tomorrow—March 1,2012.   The bill also freezes physicians Medicare payment rates at their existing level until December 31, 2012.

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Mike Taskila is a native of the mid-west—born in Detroit, MI and living in Chicago, IL for the past 40 + years. Mike earned his Associates Degree in Mathematics from The College of Du Page, Glen Ellyn, IL and his Bachelors Degree in Business Administration form Lewis University in Romeoville, IL. Mike has extensive business and management experience and has specialized in Medical Professional Liability Insurance for the past 15 years. Mike has written widely distributed white papers in an effort to help educate others on the field of Medical Professional Liability Insurance protection. He uses a consultative approach and offers a wide spectrum of coverage options to each and every one of his Diederich Healthcare Clients.

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