April 23, 2018 03:33 pm — A proposal to expand the definition of short-term, limited-duration insurance would hurt enrollees and destabilize the insurance market, the AAFP told HHS.Full Story »
Government & Medicine
Recent Government & Medicine Stories
03/27/2018 — The budget bill that Congress passed and President Trump signed March 23 funds important primary care initiatives, but leaves one important patient need unsettled.
03/26/2018 — Tennessee legislators withdrew a proposal to allow some physician assistants greater authority after the AAFP pointed out the "grave danger" such a move would pose for patients.
03/22/2018 — The AAFP made detailed suggestions to improve CMS' recently announced initiative to improve patients' access to and control of their electronic health data.
03/20/2018 — The AAFP recently gave the Department of Veterans Affairs feedback on a proposed rule that could affect physician payment, prior authorization and scope of practice.
More Government & Medicine News
- 03/15/2018 — AAFP, Missouri Chapter Warn State About Opioids Overreach
- 03/14/2018 — AAFP Joins Call for Congress to Reduce Health Care Costs
- 03/07/2018 — AAFP Warns Against Expanding Association Health Plans
- 03/07/2018 — AAFP Advises CMS on Prior Authorizations, Opioid Epidemic
- 02/27/2018 — Fix Physician Payment to Stem Opioid Epidemic, Says AAFP
- 02/23/2018 — AAFP Advises ONC, Continues Fight for Interoperability
- 02/22/2018 — AAFP, Chapters Caution HHS on Changing Medicaid Eligibility
- 02/20/2018 — 2017 Hurricanes, Wildfires Impact ACOs' Ability to Succeed
- 02/13/2018 — Federal Budget Deal Brings Wins for Family Medicine
- 02/13/2018 — AAFP Webinar Maps State Primary Care Spending Success