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During the APMA State Advocacy Forum, the Center for Professional Advocacy announced it will award innovation grants to state component societies in states that already include the ankle in their scope of practice.
Two key APMA committees met in the Washington, DC, area last week to discuss current reimbursement issues and how to help APMA members protect their bottom line.
APMA’s Center for Professional Advocacy (CPA) held its biennial State Advocacy Forum in Salt Lake City this past weekend. More than 60 participants attended, including liaisons from 32 states, APMA board members, CPAAG members, and this year’s three recipients of APMA’s Young Physician Advocate Scholarship.
APMA’s Coding Committee and Health Policy and Practice Committee will convene later this week to review ongoing reimbursement issues and set their committee agendas for the 2017–18 program year.
CMS is currently sending letters directly to providers on whether or not they are exempted from MIPS reporting.
APMA’s new data registry has been approved by CMS as a Qualified Clinical Data Registry for 2017!
APMA members are reminded that CMS issued a notice in March that changes to the Advance Beneficiary Notice of Noncoverage (ABN), Form CMS-R-131, and form instructions have been approved by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for renewal. The effective date for use of this ABN form is June 21.
Thirty-two state components and more than 60 state leaders will attend the APMA State Advocacy Forum later this week in Salt Lake City. With a theme of “Advocacy Innovation,” forum attendees will explore creative techniques to advance the profession at the state level.
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