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American College of Physicians reacts to Sustainable Growth
Rate (SGR) efforts by Senate Finance Committee and House Ways &
Statement attributable to:
Charles Cutler, MD, FACP
Chair, Board of Regents of the American College of
December 12, 2013
(Washington) - The American College of Physicians (ACP) applauds
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Baucus, Ranking Member Hatch,
House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Camp, Ranking Member Levin
and members of their committees for their efforts to repeal and
replace the Medicare SGR (Sustainable Growth Rate) formula.
Their work has brought us closer than ever to reaching a
bipartisan, bicameral accord on legislation to permanently repeal
the Medicare SGR formula. Their efforts will work to stabilize
payments, provide multiple pathways for physicians to qualify for
positive updates and to participate in alternative payment models,
create positive incentives for Patient-Centered Medical Homes,
provide assistance to small practices and needed funding for
development of quality measures. The bills reported today by the
Senate Finance and Ways and Means committees will help ensure that
Medicare patients continue to have access to their physicians.
ACP will continue to work with members of Congress to get a bill
to the President for his signature as soon as possible after
Congress returns from its upcoming holiday recess.
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