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Cardiologists Mobilize to Protect Quality Cardiac Care for Patients New Guarding Hearts Alliance: Heart Patients' Advocate in Congress
Date:9/24/2009

advertently endanger patient lives. Such issues as imaging equipment utilization and reimbursement fee schedules might sound like they would generate simple shifts in business practices, but they represent a potential threat--restricting access to lifesaving technology that serves the range of rural Medicare recipients to privately insured urban residents alike.

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