The American Medical Association is vowing to continue fighting Medicare’s incentive policy of giving Recovery Audit Contractors a cut of the payments they get back from providers.

During AMA’s recent policy meeting, its House of Delegates approved a resolution that the association push for penalties and interest to be imposed on an auditor--payable to the physician--“when a RAC audit or appeal for a claim has been found in favor of the physician.”

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