5 percent of patients drive 50 percent of health care spending. A new bill aims to change that.
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Republicans and Democrats don’t quite see eye to eye when it comes to repealing Obamacare. But when the Senate Finance Committee meets today, there’s likely to be common ground on how to improve care for the 3.5 million sickest and most expensive Medicare patients: a new bipartisan bill that targets new treatments for the people who cycle in and out of the hospital.
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