The big picture: The U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' final 2023 payment rule for hospital outpatient, ambulatory surgical centers, and other facilities under Medicare doesn't directly affect payment for physical therapy services, but it does have some provisions that could affect physical therapist practice.
Final 2023 Outpatient Payment Rule Is Good News for Rural Emergency Hospitals
This rule doesn't directly affect physical therapy payment, but it covers other services that could impact PT practice.
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