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How Congress is failing America’s Medicare patients
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How Congress is failing America’s Medicare patients

The AMA and more than 120 other national medical organizations and state medical societies called on Congress to pass legislation to reverse the 3.37% Medicare physician pay cuts that took effect Jan. 1 but Congress kicked the can down the road.

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Congress must act now to stop Medicare cuts

The stakes in reforming our nation’s broken and unsustainable Medicare payment system could not be higher for patients, for physicians, and for the entire health care system.

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!