Keyword: American College of Physicians
In two new policy papers, the American College of Physicians recommended changes to help stem the high cost of prescription drugs.
Leading medical organizations tell the Supreme Court rescinding DACA will hurt the healthcare workforce and patients.
Physician groups found a lot to like in Medicare’s new approach to E/M services finalized in the 2020 physician fee schedule.
In a letter, 111 physician organizations weighed in on surprise billing, urging Congress not to turn more power over to health insurers.
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.
Experts who examined 21 California cases in which extreme risk protection orders were used suggest they can play a role in preventing mass shootings.
Following two mass shootings, seven leading medical organizations have said "enough" and called for action to prevent gun violence.
There's a lot physicians like in the proposed rule issued for 2020 Medicare payment rates and changes to the Merit-based Incentive Payment System.
The American Medical Association and other organizations have filed a brief urging SCOTUS to protect transgender individuals from discrimination.