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Decline seen in Medicare reimbursement for men's health procedures

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Victoria S. Edmonds and Tobias Köhler, MD, MPH, discuss trends in reimbursement for men's health procedures from 2002 to 2020.

In this interview, Victoria S. Edmonds and Tobias Köhler, MD, MPH, discuss findings from their study, Decreasing Medicare Reimbursement for Men's Health Procedures: 2002-2020, which was presented at the 21st annual fall scientific meeting of Sexual Medicine Society of North America. Edmonds is a 4th year medical student at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona, and Köhler is director of men’s health at Mayo Clinic, in Rochester, Minnesota.

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