If Seema Verma, President Trump’s nominee to head the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, is confirmed by the Senate, she will seek to modernize CMS’s programs to better address the changing needs of the people the agency serves, leveraging innovation and technology to drive coordinated, cost-effective care.

“Doctors are increasingly frustrated by the number of costly and time-consuming burdens,” Verma testified February 16 before the Senate Finance Committee. “We should support doctors in providing high-quality care to their patients and ensuring that CMS’s rules and regulations don’t drive doctors and providers from serving the people or beneficiaries.”

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