Reuters: Medicare Relaxes Rules For Coordinated Care Wellness regulators on Thursday relaxed rules to make it less difficult for hospitals and doctors to get financial incentives if indeed they work together to coordinate patient care. The so-called Accountable Treatment Companies are an experimental part of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul, meant to improve the quality of treatment while decreasing costs in Medicare, the federal insurance program for older people and disabled. Officials from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Providers said they expect the program to save lots of Medicare up to $940 million over the next four years .Pioneers like Dr. June of the University of Pennsylvania and Dr Carl. Michel Sadelain of Memorial Sloan-Kettering have led breakthrough gene therapy trials with staggering results. Dr. June's work using genetically engineered T-cells placed 25 adult and pediatric individuals with advanced leukemia in complete remission, and saved the entire life of six-year-old Emma Whitehead, as reported by The New York Situations. Dr. Sadelain lately led a groundbreaking immunotherapy clinical trial for acute lymphoblastic leukemia , and all five patients with relapsed B cell Each is in complete remission.