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CAP Calls for Changes to Draft AMA Code

The latest draft of revisions to the AMA Code of Medical Ethics moves closer to addressing CAP’s concerns, but the College will continue to advocate for more changes.

FDA’s Plan to Regulate Laboratory Developed Tests: A Special CAP Webinar

Hear directly from the policy decision-makers who are charting a new course for laboratory regulation in the 21st century. Watch the CAP’s archived webinar and download the presentation.

CAP Comments on Proposed 2015
Medicare Rules

Read the CAP’s fee schedule comments regarding payment policies proposed for 2015. The CAP also commented on the 2015 proposed hospital outpatient rule.

Medicare 2014 Fee Schedule Resource Center

Gene Patent Resource Center

2013 Medicare PQRS Resource Center
CAP Self-Referral Resource Center

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Self-Referral: GAO Study & Legislation
A new report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) documenting millions of dollars in wasteful health care spending by physicians who self-refer anatomic pathology services, and CAP called on Congress to take immediate action outlawing this business practice.

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2015 Medicare Fee Schedule Release Expected Soon
With the 2015 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule set for publication within the next several days, the CAP is preparing to provide members with information on new reimbursement changes and policy through STATLINE the day it is finalized and then give more in-depth analysis during a webinar presentation on November 5.

NY Should Remove Rule Stopping Pathologist-Patient Discussions
CAP President Gene N. Herbek, MD, FCAP, again urged New York state health officials to rescind a state regulation prohibiting pathologists from discussing laboratory test results with patients.

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