Indications by a top federal official that the start date for implementing Medicare payment reforms could be changed brought quick support from the nation’s largest physician organization.

In testimony before the Senate Finance Committee yesterday, Andy Slavitt, Acting Administrator for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, said his agency was concerned about how well physician practices, particularly small settings, would be able to adapt to the breadth of changes included in recent proposed rules.

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