We’ve put together an informative program for you and we’re looking forward to the opportunity to engage with you on the critical policy issues facing pathology. To help prepare you for the meeting, we’re providing background information and hope that you will take a moment to review the briefing document in advance of the meeting.
CAP Requests Meeting with Aetna on July 1 Reimbursement Reductions
Jonathan L. Myles, M.D., Chair of CAP’s Economic Affairs Committee has requested a meeting with Aetna’s head of regional network operations after CAP members expressed concerns about the company’s plans to reduce reimbursement for over thirty physician and laboratory services, slated to take effect on July 1.
CAP Seeks Capitol Hill Support on Curtailing EHR Donations
With the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) likely to extend the federal safe harbor for EHR donations sometime this month, the College convened a group of organizations to rally Congress to tell the OIG they support excluding clinical and anatomic laboratory services from the anti-kickback statute safe harbor.