Cuts Threaten Access

Cuts Threaten Patient Access to Medical Rehabilitation

Many patients rely on Medicare to access the inpatient, medical rehabilitation services needed to improve their health and live as independently as possible in their homes and communities.  For these individuals, the Medicare benefit is a lifeline to improved health and abilities and enhanced quality of life.

But as Congress considers ways to reduce Medicare spending, some proposals would unfairly make cuts to inpatient rehabilitation hospitals and units. These cuts would severely limit access for Medicare beneficiaries and other who need this level of care. Click here to learn more.

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