ACP Regulatory News
ACP: Proposed 2023 Physician Fee Schedule Contains Several Positive Proposals, but Changes Still Needed in Some Areas
ACP letter to CMS lists concerns with changes to flexible policies in response to pandemic, expiration of direct supervision flexibility, approach to split/shared billing.
Patients Before Paperwork
Committee assesses whether performance measures lead to improved clinical outcomes, shares findings with regulatory bodies.
Federal judge ruled that the government system for deciding which preventive services should be covered is unconstitutional.
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ACP's annual Health Policy Internship provides an opportunity for medical students and residents to learn about the legislative process, health policy, and advocacy in organized medicine. Interns will provide assistance with researching and analyzing current issues in health and medical education policy, assist with on-going advocacy initiatives, and the development of advocacy materials. The 2023 internship will take place from May 1 to May 26 in ACP's Washington office. Applications must be submitted by Oct. 31.
Additional information and application instructions are available on ACP's website.
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