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Statement attributable to: Charles Cutler, MD,
FACP, Chair, Board of Regents, American College of
October 31, 2013
(Washington) The American College of Physicians (ACP)
congratulates Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus and
Ranking Member Orrin Hatch, and Ways and Means Committee Chairman
David Camp and Ranking Member Sander Levin, on developing a
bipartisan, bicameral draft proposal to permanently repeal the
Medicare Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) formula and create powerful
incentives for physicians and other health care professionals to
transition to value-based payment and delivery models. We are
encouraged and pleased that this proposal builds upon a bill that
was unanimously approved on July 31 by the House Energy and
Commerce committee, The Medicare Patient Access and Quality
Improvement Act, H.R. 2810, under the leadership of Chairman Fred
Upton and Ranking Member Henry Waxman, and on the Medicare
Physician Payment Innovation Act, H.R. 574, introduced by Reps.
Allyson Schwartz and Joe Heck.
ACP is the largest medical specialty organization and
second-largest physician group in the United States, representing
137,000 internal medicine physicians (internists), related
subspecialists, and medical students. Internal medicine physicians
are specialists who apply scientific knowledge and clinical
expertise to the diagnosis, treatment, and compassionate care of
adults across the spectrum, from health to complex illness.
The discussion draft provides a solid foundation to create a
better Medicare physician payment system that incorporates key
policies recommended by the College:
The College appreciates the willingness of the Senate Finance
and Ways and Means committees to consider our suggestions and
feedback, and we will be sending them our specific recommendations
to make their proposal as effective as possible by November 12 as
requested. We are confident that by working from the foundation
created by this discussion draft, this Congress, this year, can
achieve a historic bipartisan consensus on legislation to repeal
the SGR, once and for all, and create a better Medicare payment
system for our members and their patients.