(Source: PT in Motion)
A permanent repeal of the Medicare outpatient therapy cap could be closer than ever if Congress allows one senator’s proposed amendment to be considered. Now it’s time to make that possibility a reality, according to APTA.
Last week, Sen Ben Cardin (D-MD) announced that he is prepared to lead the way in the fight to end 18 years of temporary fixes to the therapy cap by ending the cap completely. The historic change would come through an amendment to a bill, passed by the House of Representatives and awaiting Senate consideration, that seeks to end the flawed sustainable growth rate (SGR)