As a direct result of ACP's advocacy efforts, internists will see higher Medicare and Medicaid payments and relief from intrusive administrative requirements. ... But because of ACP's advocacy, most internists will be paid substantially better and
Edward Fatakhov, MD, Outstanding Resident in Volunteerism/Advocacy. Jonathon D. Gillig, Outstanding Medical Student in Volunteerism/Advocacy. ... Cynthia McCaleb, MD, Community Based Teaching Award. Sandra Elizabeth Stepp, Outstanding Medical Student in
Weinberger, MD, MACP, isn't out of breath. In his 6 years as the College's Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, he has overseen changes in policy, advocacy, and ... Q: How has ACP changed along with internal medicine? A: I think that our
ACP's president rebuts a recent opinion piece disparaging the College's advocacy on the issue of access to care. ... This was an access to care issue. With respect to the Affordable Care Act, the College has been equally unequivocal and vigorous in its
I also appreciate Dr. Meyer's detailed response. ACP has made administrative burdens affecting physicians a top priority in both advocacy and practice support in an effort to assist our members ... equally, I recognize that a balanced perspective is
A recent week provides a great example of how ACP's Washington office supports College advocacy. ... One recent week provides a great example of the Washington office's efforts to support College advocacy.
Matlock Jeffries, MD, Advocacy Award. Ali Mohammad, MBBch, FACP, Laureate Award.
Because of ACP's advocacy, many thousands more internists will get the bonus. ... Internists may disagree on the overall health reform law, but influencing the regulations on key provisions is an essential part of ACP's advocacy.
I am a firm believer that Twitter and social media empower learning, community building, and mentorship and sponsorship—as well as mobilize us for physician-based advocacy and social justice awareness.
The CMS failure to increase the payment in recognition of the expanded work heightens the need for continued advocacy.