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February 25, 2010


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Tracy Lynn

The best part about moving to Seattle was the opportunity to work with the NKC. I do love me a non profit.


The bundle is unconscionable! I really hope the independents stick around.

Rich Berkowitz

It will be interesting to hear the background talk at the NRAA meeting this May in DC. If CMS is trying to justify the inclusion of meds and labs with the upcoming TEP meetings to determine QIP, there could be more consolidation, most likely in 2011. If I were Fresenius, I would wait until after bundling takes effect when the prices may drop. But I still believe the smaller independents can respond by moving more dialyzors home, and especially nocturnal to alleviate the need for binders and calcimimetics.

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