Amending IPAB: Lack Of Administrative, Judicial Review Raises Concern
Stakeholders interested in curtailing the sweeping authority given the Independent Payment Advisory Board by the health reform law are taking a close look at provisions barring administrative or judicial review of the panel's Medicare cost-cutting policies
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