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American College of Physicians (ACP) President Urges
Enactment Before Current SGR Patch Expires
March 19, 2015
David A. Fleming, MD, MA, MACP
President, American College of Physicians (ACP)
The American College of Physicians congratulates Speaker John
Boehner and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi for their leadership in
bringing forward a fiscally-responsible bill to repeal the
Medicare SGR formula and modernize the Medicare physician payment
system, based directly on a bipartisan and bicameral bill agreed to
last year by the chairs and ranking members of the congressional
committees with jurisdiction over Medicare. The bill being
introduced today achieves ACP's top priorities for physician
Specifically, we are pleased that the proposal:
Moreover, we are pleased that the bill is fiscally-responsible,
by putting an end to the practice of Congress passing seemingly
endless SGR "patches" that each time has cost taxpayers tens of
billions of dollars; 17 patches over the past 11 years that have
neither achieved SGR repeal nor advanced real reform in physician
ACP strongly urges both the House of Representatives and the
Senate to pass this bill so it becomes law before the current, and
we hope and expect, the final, SGR "patch" expires on
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