31. October 2011 15:55
Here's what the research shows: Beneficiaries who received chiropractic care had lower average Medicare payments for all Medicare services than those who did not ($4,426 vs. $8,103); Beneficiaries who received chiropractic care averaged fewer Medicare claims per capita than those who did not; and Beneficiaries who received chiropractic care had lower average Medicare payments per claim than those who did not. WOW!
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