Keyword: American Academy of Family Physicians
As the clock ticks on the final coronavirus legislation being developed in Congress, physicians are recommending steps to protect their practices.
The coronavirus outbreak has providers imploring Congress and CMS to waive financial penalties and relax deadlines for alternative payment models.
Insurers oppose CMS' efforts to change the re-enrollment process, arguing any change will cause consumer confusion and coverage losses.
Several major medical groups are among those that have urged the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down a Louisiana abortion law.
Leading medical organizations tell the Supreme Court rescinding DACA will hurt the healthcare workforce and patients.
Twenty-five organizations, including IBM, Booz Allen Hamilton and Mayo Clinic, are trying to snag $1.65 million in CMS' AI challenge.
CMS says doctors who qualify for an advanced alternative payment model (APM) performance bonus should get their money soon.
Physician groups slammed a court ruling that overturns CMS' site-neutral payments rule for clinic visits.
An estimated 15 million Medicare enrollees are eligible for nutrition benefits, but the program paid for only about 100,000 to get counseling in 2017.
Following two mass shootings, seven leading medical organizations have said "enough" and called for action to prevent gun violence.