The Academy’s new summary of the 2022 Medicare physician fee schedule proposed rule breaks down CMS’ changes to telehealth coverage for mental health services and MIPS reporting, among other topics. The Academy will send detailed comments to CMS in the coming weeks.
The administration rescinded a proposal to limit J-1 visa holders to as little as two years in the United States and delayed a rule that wouldmake it challenging for H-1B physicians to find employment, both wins for the Academy’s advocacy.
In detailed comments sent to CMS on s proposed rule governing 1,000 new Medicare GME residency positions, the Academy urged the agency to make long-term investments in training family physicians where they can have the most impact.
We've got wins to share! Examining the Academy's critical advocacy campaigns as the battle to sustain, support and strengthen family medicine moves forward. Check out the latest in the fight for the specialty.
The Academy is working with President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris on priorities that promote the interests of family physicians and the importance of primary care. Follow the AAFP’s advocacy work with the new White House.
Family medicine is a worthy fight. Lend your voice to the issues most important to you as a family physician with the AAFP’s Speak Out tool, and access toolkits to help you affect change in your area.
The bipartisan Congressional Primary Care Caucus educates members of Congress and their staffs on critical primary care issues affecting their districts and advocates for policies that strengthen U.S. primary care.