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  • Call for Comment—CPME 120, 130, and the College Accreditation Eligibility Requirements Revisions

    Proposed revisions to CPME publications 120, 130, and the College Accreditation Eligibility Requirements are scheduled for consideration by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education (CPME) in October 2019. Please send your comments by September 15.

  • Proposed revisions to CPME publications 220 and 230 are scheduled for consideration by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education (CPME) in October 2019. Comments are due by August 15.

  • If you previously signed up to use the APMA Registry to monitor your potential MIPS score, you should have received an email last week from our partners at Darena Solutions. Follow the instructions in that email to reset your password and confirm your account. Not registered? Visit www.apma.org/mipsapp now to learn how to sign up for an APMA Registry account.

  • Two key APMA committees met last week to discuss topics that directly affect your bottom line: The Health Policy and Practice committee and The Coding committee.

  • “The Toe Bro” on A&E follows Jonathan Tomines, a chiropodist practicing in Canada. “My Feet Are Killing Me” airs on TLC and features podiatrists Brad Schaeffer, DPM, and Ebonie Vincent, DPM. APMA is carefully monitoring both programs. If your patients ask about something they’ve seen on a TV show, take the opportunity to share more about your education, training, and experience.

  • If you've signed up with the APMA Registry in the past, you must make sure your tax identification number (TIN) is correct within the APMA Registry by Tuesday, May 7, at 11:59 p.m. EDT, or there will be a charge to make changes to your TIN.

  • The Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association (JAPMA) is moving to an online-only format beginning with the May-June 2019 issue. Activate your digital subscription today at www.japmaonline.org.

  • Use eAdvocacy to Support the HELLPP Act

    Reps. Diana DeGette (D-CO) and Bill Johnson (R-OH) introduced HR 2235, the Helping Ensure Life- and Limb-Saving Access to Podiatric Physicians (HELLPP) Act on April 10.

  • APMA News Has 10 Questions for You

    APMA News is pleased to invite members to be featured in our 10 Questions column, which runs on the back page of each issue of the magazine. Contact Aimee Condayan for details.

  • At-Large Member Positions Open on the Council

    The Council on Podiatric Medical Education’s Nominating Committee is seeking applications for four at-large and two public CPME positions.

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