ACC files complaint against HHS Secretary in U.

ACC files complaint against HHS Secretary in U.S . District Court Complaint filed against HHS Secretary to Preserve Patient Access to Cardiology Care The American University of Cardiology today announced that it filed a complaint against the Section of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius in USA District Court. The complaint alleges that Secretary Sebelius, in her capability as the HHS Secretary, unlawfully used the payment rates for cardiology providers in the 2010 Medicare Physician Fee Timetable through the use of an invalid Physician Practice Information Survey in a manner that threatens gain access to to look after patients and precipitously raises health care costs.

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