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Federal and nonfederal third-party payers aren't known for easy-to-understand rules and regulations. Unfortunately, that complexity can lead to misinformation, which can spread quickly.

To get everyone on the same page, we're debunking some of the most prevalent myths APTA has seen lately on social media and in other venues. (Have a question that you would like addressed in a future installment? Send your ideas to advocacy@apta.org with "mythbusting" in the subject line.)

In this installment: the mechanics of the cut to Medicare part B payment in the 2021 physician fee schedule.

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