APMA encourages members to use our Opioid Use and Abuse Prevention resource page, which includes a drug abuse screening test, CDC guidelines for prescribing, a state reference manual and more. The special publication and our resources support APMA’s resolutions.
APMA submitted a comment letter last week on Monday, September 11, in response to CMS’ proposed rule for the CY 2018 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule.
APMA is saddened to announce that Past President Jerry D. Brant, DPM, passed away September 17 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
Do you have a patient with type 2 diabetes who may be interested in sharing his or her personal story about the impact of hypoglycemia?
APMA is requesting submissions from members who are interested in presenting a lecture(s) at the APMA 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting (The National).
While CMS is permitting providers to “Pick Your Pace” for MIPS reporting and participation in 2017, if you are planning select the full participation option and participate for 90 days, the last day to start is October 2.
CMS has updated its Medicare fraud and improper payment audit process to target providers and suppliers who frequently demonstrate high medical billing error rates. The new Targeted Probe and Educate method replaces a medical review strategy that included broad medical billing investigations and provider education.
CDC has released Get Ahead of Sepsis, a national effort to encourage health-care professionals, patients, and caregivers to prevent infections, be alert to the signs of sepsis, and act fast if sepsis is suspected. Use the online toolkit to participate.
APMA submitted comments to CMS on August 21 in response to its proposed rule on CY 2018 Updates to the Quality Payment Program (QPP) and MIPS Year 2, which will impact Medicare payments made to physicians in 2020.
To receive your continuing education certificate of attendance and verification report, you must complete the overall meeting evaluation. Follow the below instructions to do so.