TAKE ACTION! Oppose CMS Proposed Rule Requiring Podiatrists to Use E/M
Member advocacy is one of the key elements of our grassroots efforts to ensure CMS does not finalize this egregiously discriminatory proposal. In addition to submitting comments, APMA is also meeting with CMS officials, gathering congressional allies, and gaining support from physician colleagues of other specialties.
Comments due to CMS by Sept 10th
Opioid Resources from APMA - Here's the Link
Thanks to NMPMA's 2018 Contributors
William Fitzpatrick, David Fisher, Brent Frame, Mark Haas, Zac Haas
Gay Gustafson, Nathan Ivey, Gerard Kerbleski, Glenda King
Eric Lew, Sarah Mele, Henry Mittleman, Michael Pincus
Robin Ross, Faith Shapiro, Janet Simon, Richard Stamm
Frank Spinosa, Steve Wrege
The American Podiatric Medical Association Political Action Committee (APMAPAC) is a nonprofit, bipartisan fundraising committee through which podiatrists support federal candidates who champion podiatric medicine’s issues before the US Congress.
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