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For Medicare Patients, Hold the Mayo

The Mayo unit will no longer accept Medicare:

Hospital officials called the new policy a “two-year pilot program” and said Thursday that the changes are necessary because of low Medicare reimbursement rates. . . .

“Medicare now only covers about half our costs,” [vice chairman of the executive-operations team at Mayo Clinic of Arizona, Dr. R. Scott] Gorman said.

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