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Medicare's bundled payment experiment for joint replacements shows moderate savings

14:37 EST 2 Jan 2019 | Science Daily

Medicare's randomized trial of a new bundled payment model for hip and knee replacement surgeries led to $812 in savings per procedure, or a 3.1 percent reduction in costs, when compared with traditional means of paying for care, according to new research.

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