“It is not anticipated that any… recommendation would be targeted until 2019.”
Under President Obama’s 2010 health law, the government officials in charge of keeping Medicaid afloat have until Tuesday to report whether costs for the fiscally foundering program will exceed expectations.
But they won’t have anywhere to send their report, because the Independent Payment Advisory Board still doesn’t exist.
Under the law, if the board isn’t in place, its powers devolve to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
Read the full article by Chris Stirewalt at FoxNews.com.
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