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  • October 2011

    New Analysis Finds Lack of Cost Savings and Efficacy Data Associated with Prior Authorization

    Washington, D.C. – Policy proposals to adopt prior authorization for advanced medical imaging as a means of controlling utilization would not provide meaningful cost savings, according to a new literature review by The Moran Company. The report, released today by the Access to Medical Imaging Coalition (AMIC), evaluated the cost savings of various proposed imaging policies and found that the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) is unlikely to score significant savings for these strategies.

    To view the full report, please click here.

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