Once the presidential election is over, Congress will try to address the Medicare cost shortfall one way or another. They will almost certainly consider a method that is guaranteed to fail: Medicare rate cuts for doctors and hospitals. It’s been tried before, most notably as part of the 1997 Balanced Budget Act.

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Viewpoints: Medicare provider cuts ‘won’t work’; A ‘pamphlet isn’t a plan’

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