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Hundreds of Millions in Medicare Payments for Chiropractic Services Did Not Comply With Medicare Requirements

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Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General. Hundreds of Millions in Medicare Payments for Chiropractic Services Did Not Comply With Medicare Requirements. oig.hss.gov. 2016.
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For 2013, an estimated $359 million in Medicare payments for chiropractic services did not comply with Medicare requirements.

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