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  • The 19th Annual CAC-PIAC Meeting took place on Friday, November 15, in Alexandria, VA. The one-day event featured key industry speakers and provided attendees the opportunity to learn from each other while discussing local concerns. Check out a summary from APMA President David G. Edwards, DPM

  • APMA submitted comments to Wisconsin Physicians’ Services (WPS) on November 8 in response to its proposed Draft Wound Care Local Coverage Determination (LCD) DL37228. This draft LCD, as written, would continue to not provide coverage for debridement of Stage II pressure ulcers or chronic diabetic foot ulcers, unless neuropathy and/or neuroischemia were present, and chronic non-pressure ulcers with tissue severity of "Limited to Breakdown of Skin."

  • Blue Ribbon Panel on Special Areas of Practice and Certifying Boards: Update and Call for Comments
    October 28, 2019

    In support of a recommendation from the APMA Board of Trustees and Council on Podiatric Medical Education, the 2019 APMA House of Delegates approved a resolution calling for a Blue Ribbon Panel to review and study the history, traditions, and current circumstances associated with the recognition of special areas of practice and recognition of certifying boards.

  • If you are a member practicing in Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, or Nebraska, be on the lookout for an action alert from your state component!

  • Be sure to sign up for the APMA Registry/APMA MIPS app by December 13 if you plan to report for the 2019 MIPS performance year. Not registered yet? Visit www.apma.org/mipsapp now to learn how to sign up for an APMA Registry account.

  • APMA’s Center for Professional Advocacy (CPA) and the Maryland Podiatric Medical Association (MPMA) hosted Maryland Delegate Ariana Kelly (District 16) at APMA headquarters on October 10 to discuss important issues affecting the podiatric medical profession that are before her subcommittee.

  • Dozens of young physicians came to Nashville, TN, last weekend for leadership training and networking at the 2019 Young Physicians’ Institute (YPI).

  • APMA submitted three formal comment letters to CMS on September 27 in response to its CY 2020 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS), Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS), and the End-Stage Renal Disease/Durable Medical Equipment, Orthotics, Prosthetics, and Supplies (ESRD/DMEPOS) Proposed Rules.

  • The new ICD-10 code set takes effect October 1, with 273 additions, 21 deletions, and 30 revisions. APMA has lists and a coding webinar to help members with this transition.

  • APMA submitted comments to CMS on September 13 in response to its proposed changes to the Medicaid program.

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