EDPMA Advocacy Newsletter

The emergency medicine landscape continuously shifts. That’s why EDPMA advocates for emergency department physician groups and partners to enhance quality patient care through operational excellence & financial stability.

EDPMA members receive a monthly newsletter that not only highlights new legislation and rules but synthesizes them in digestible content.

May 2024 Advocacy Newsletter

  • CMS Launches Previously Announced New Federal IDR Process for Re-Submitting Disputes
  • EDPMA Members Visit Capitol Hill to Advocate on Behalf of Emergency Medicine
  • Senator Requests DOJ/FTC Investigation Following NYT Investigation of MultiPlan
  • Bipartisan Legislation to Establish Employment Protections for Physicians
  • Senate Finance Committee Releases White Paper on Physician Payment Reform
  • Dr. Lorna Breen Act Reauthorization Gains Momentum
  • Bipartisan Senate Bill Seeks to Improve Rural Emergency Hospital Designation
  • House Budget Panel Holds Hearing on Health Care Consolidation
  • Ways and Means Advances Telehealth and Rural Health Measures
  • 2024 MIPS Exception Application Now Available
  • CMS Releases 2022 QPP Participation and Performance Data
  • CMS Releases Proposed Hospital Inpatient 2025 Payment Rates; Proposes New “Mandatory” Hospital-based APM for 2026
  • HHS/CMS Announce Enhanced EMTALA Complaint Portal
  • Call – Still Time to Sign-up!
  • EDPMA Meets with Iowa Medicaid Director to Discuss Potential PLP Downcoding Issues
  • State Legislation Tracking
  • Previously Enacted Legislation of Interest
  • Previously Sent State Legislative and Regulatory Letters
  • State Coalition Interactions
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