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Susan Feigin Harris Talks to Bloomberg about Potential Changes in Medicare

News / November 18, 2016

Partner Susan Feigin Harris is quoted in an article published Nov. 17, 2016, by Bloomberg BNA’s Health Law Daily Report. The article, “Republicans to Push Medicare Changes in 2017, Budget Chairman Says,” discusses potential upcoming changes to Medicare under the Trump administration. Harris told Bloomberg that some privatization of Medicare and combination of Parts A and B, among other actions, will be the likely goals of Republican lawmakers.

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