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In a message to Academy members, George A. Williams, MD, Academy secretary for federal affairs, explains the significant gains for ophthalmology in Medicare’s proposed fee schedule rule.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services released its proposed fee schedules for 2018 for physicians and ambulatory surgical centers, setting a path for changes to the agency’s reimbursement rates and quality programs
Your engagement in advocacy is yielding strong results for our profession. We are proud to showcase these efforts in the Academy’s Washington Mid-Year Report 2017.
The Academy wants to hear from our community of U.S. ophthalmologists who have witnessed increasing prescription drug prices. We’ll use this data to impact D.C.-based efforts to preserve fair treatment prices for our patients.
Learn how to succeed under the new payment structure that launches in 2017.
The Academy’s political action committee supports candidates and elected leaders at the federal level.
A proven advocacy tool to preserve surgical standards, quality outcomes and patient safety.
Find out the Academy's stance on issues affecting members, patient care and the profession.
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