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Director, Government Affairs
1. Submit letter to CMS by 5pm ET August 31
Letter Template Online at www.rheumatology.org and instructions on submission
Center of Medicare & Medicaid Services
400 Independence Ave, S.W
Washington, D.C. 20201
2. Express your concerns with your members of Congress
Information can be found on the ACR Website at
www.rheumatology.org/advocacy under News Flash
To ensure access to care, the ACR supports:
2) Access to an adequate health care workforce for arthritis, rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases
3) Access to quality care for these diseases
4) Cost-effective care without reduction in quality health care
ACR paper online at www.rheumatology.org/advocacy.
Provider participation is voluntary within the public plan option.
The Secretary can negotiate provider rates.
Energy & Commerce has 55-60 additional amendments to consider after August recess.
Access to Drugs
Q:What is RheumPAC?
A: RheumPAC is a political action committee dedicated to increasing the ACR’s presence on Capitol Hill.
A: RheumPAC supports the ACR in its efforts to build contacts, influence and visibility within Washington, D.C.
A: RheumPAC increases the ACR’s access to members of Congress and the opportunity to educate them on issues of importance to rheumatology.
ACR Government Affairs Department
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