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End-Stage Renal Disease: Medicare Payment Refinement Could Promote Increased Use of Home Dialysis
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James Cosgrove (au)
In 2013, Medicare spent about $11.7 billion on dialysis care for about 376,000 Medicare patients with end-stage renal disease, a condition of permanent kidney failure. Some of these patients performed dialysis at home, and such patients may have increased autonomy and health-related quality of life. This report examines (1) trends in home dialysis use and estimates of the potential for wider use; (2) incentives for home dialysis associated with Medicare payments to dialysis facilities; and (3) incentives for home dialysis associated with Medicare payments to physicians. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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