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Lobbying Congress for Medicare Reimbursement

Bipartisan consensus that funding formula is broke – question is how to fix it


July 29, 2013 -- Just removed from a whirlwind trip to the nation’s capital, Bend-based physical therapist and consultant Tannus Quatre reported encouraging news in the struggle to reform Medicare reimbursement practices in the U.S.

What's New with The Lund Report

Our breaking news stories and commentaries are giving The Lund Report the distinction of being the prominent source of health policy news in the Pacific Northwest. Learn more about our evolving role in this timely article.


Cost of Coverage – The Real Measure of Health Reform Impact

The author who runs an insurance agency in Roseburg, contends that only low-income Oregonians and people on Medicaid will benefit from the insurance reforms under the Affordable Care Act


OPINION – May 20, 2013 -- Prior to actual plan pricing being available, everyone, including me, tried to predict how much the Affordable Care Act (ACA) would increase premiums.

What’s Wrong with Healthcare Reform

Steve Gregg suggests that we follow the money and look at the politically and proprietary powerful healthcare system as a starting place, followed by a conflicted public sector that looks as healthcare as a remaining opportunity for growth.



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