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January 2, 2014
Just before New Year's, the president signed the Bipartisan
Budget Act, which includes the Pathway for SGR Reform Act,
providing a three-month SGR "patch" - which expires on March 31,
2014. By the time the patch is set to expire, lawmakers plan to
repeal the SGR permanently and replace it with an improved Medicare
physician payment system. The steep cut that would have taken place
on January 1 due to the SGR has been averted. As a result of the
SGR patch, Medicare payments will increase by 0.5 percent across
the board on January 1 and the conversion factor after all
adjustments for this time period will be $35.8228.
The $7.3 billion cost of the measure will be paid for through
adjusted reductions in Medicaid payments to hospitals with many
uninsured patients, lower payments to long-term-care hospitals and
an extension of the Medicare sequester for FY 2023.
Further information will be provided when made available.