Physicians cannot weather the continuous barrage of payment cuts, especially in the face of record inflation and exploding bureaucracy.
Find out how the AMA is pushing on Capitol Hill to cancel a 3.37% Medicare pay cut in 2024 and make physician payment keep pace with inflation.
The Biden administration Thursday finalized policy changes for Medicare reimbursements in 2024 that will cut payments to physicians by 1.25% compared to 2023.
The Medicare physician payment schedule released today is an unfortunate continuation of a two-decade march in making Medicare unsustainable for patients and physicians.
The first pillar of the AMA Recovery Plan for America's Physicians is reforming Medicare physician payment, and that push is more important than ever with impending Medicare pay cuts coming in 2024.
Legislative and regulatory changes are expanding Medicare’s pool of behavioral health providers.
Failure to address the nation’s Medicare system and how it pays doctors for the care they provide continues to undermine the viability of medical practices.
The AMA is making loud and clear that the 3.36% cut in the proposed 2024 Medicare physician pay schedule is bad policy that threatens access to high-quality physician care for the over 50 million older adults enrolled in Medicare.
Provider groups are urging the Biden administration to reconsider proposed cuts to physician payments in its annual fee schedule rule.
In a comment letter to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services concerning the Medicare physician payment schedule, the American Medical Association said the proposed cuts are bad policy, bad timing and bad for patients.
Tell Congress to Cancel the Cut
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services recently approved a 3.4% cut to Medicare physician payments for 2024. If Congress doesn’t act before the year is over, these proposed cuts will go into effect, worsening patients’ access to care and disproportionately harming small, independent and rural physician practices.
Congress needs to act now. Contact your lawmakers and urge them to cancel the cut and fix Medicare now, before it’s too late. Click the button below to take action!