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What's New in Pennsylvania

What's New in Pennsylvania

ACP Calls on Congress to Prevent Medicare Payment Cuts

With the CMS proposals announced Nov. 2, the American College of Physicians calls on Congress to stop these cuts from going into effect at the end of the year and jeopardizing patient access to care..

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General Assembly Passes Game Changing Prior Authorization Legislation

The General Assembly has unanimously passed major reforms in prior authorization processes after PA-ACP led efforts to secure the changes for patients and physicians…

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Court Rescinds Venue Rule – Threatens Costs and Access to Care

PA-ACP promises to fight an action by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court rescinding a 20-year-old rule that was part of agreements made to resolve a crisis in medical malpractice…

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August 16 deadline for MA plan signups

Pennsylvanians on Medicaid have until August 16 to shift plans or select a new plan. PA-ACP urges getting more information and notifying patients.

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PA-ACP calls for extension of ACA subsidies to prevent premium hikes

PA-ACP joined with other medical organizations in asking the state’s Congressional delegation to extend advanced premium tax credits (APTC), which are set to expire at the end of this calendar year to prevent an increase in the number of uninsured Pennsylvanians..

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$45.3 Billion State Budget Passed for 2022-23 With Record Education and Health Spending

July 8 – Governor Wolf to sign $45.2 billion budget with $2.2 billion in federal COVID-19 funds and record spending for K-12 education, behavioral health and CNI tax cut.

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