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American College of Physicians reacts to Congressional
committee agreement that advances its top priorities for physician
Statement attributable to:
Molly Cooke, MD, FACP
President of the American College of Physicians
December 4, 2013
(Washington) - The American College of Physicians is greatly
encouraged by the continued progress being made in Congress to
develop a bipartisan, bicameral plan to repeal Medicare's
Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) formula and to reform Medicare
physician payments. Today, we learned that the Senate Finance and
House Ways and Means committees have reached agreement on a
legislative framework, based on the one released for comment on
Oct. 31, that would advance the College's top priorities for
physician payment reform:
Also as recommended by ACP, the proposal released today:
The College also is pleased that the legislation will require a
GAO study of ways to better harmonize measures used by Medicare and
The College urges the Ways and Means and Senate Finance
Committees to move forward on reporting legislation based on the
current framework out of their respective committees before
Congress recesses for the holidays, so that it can be voted on, and
sent to the President for his signature, as early as possible when
Congress returns in Jan. In the meantime, we believe that it is
essential that Congress act to prevent the nearly 25 percent cut to
physicians that will occur on Jan. 1 because of the current SGR
The College will also continue to urge Congress to ensure that
existing programs that recognize the critical role that primary
care plays in terms of ensuring access, improving quality and
lowering costs are not allowed to sunset, including the Medicaid
primary care pay parity program, which sunsets at the end of 2014,
and the Medicare primary care bonus program, which sunsets at the
end of 2015.
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