Comment Letter

AANS and CNS Comment on MedPAC’s Ideas for Improving Primary Care Reimbursement

  • Reimbursement and Practice Management

Chairman Michael Chernew, PhD
Medicare Payment Advisory Commission
425 I Street, Suite 701
Washington, DC 20001

RE: Options for Increasing Medicare Payment for Primary Care

Dear Chairman Chernew,

The Alliance of Specialty Medicine (the “Alliance”) represents more than 100,000 specialty physicians from 15 specialty and subspecialty societies who are dedicated to the development of sound federal health care policy that fosters patient access to the highest quality specialty care. The undersigned members of the Alliance write to express concerns with policy options presented at the November 2022 meeting of the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC).

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