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You’re reviewing reimbursement for a Medicare surgical craniotomy case. The case falls into DRG 1, which has a relative weight of 3.0970 and a geometric mean length of stay of 6.3. The hospital’s current standard reimbursement rate is $1500. Calculate the DGR reimbursement for the case?

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