House members called the matter “of great urgency,” highlighting substantial cuts set to hit the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Jan. 1. 

That’s according to a high-profile report based on interviews with dozens of administration officials, published Monday. 

The long-tenured lawmaker voiced her support for the physician community in a letter to Mitch McConnell and other Senate leaders. 

The comments have ignited controversy among local physicians, who have asked the finance official for a meeting to discuss his remarks. 

This is the third such renewal and will prolong the PHE into January, Secretary Alex Azar said. 

If approved by the American Medical Association's editorial panel, one revision could go into effect as soon as July 1. 

Rep. Michael Burgess, MD, R-Texas, is proposing to temporarily waive budget neutrality requirements for one year under the MPFS. 

Another 82% said they expect reimbursement reductions will result in decreased imaging access for patients, according to a new survey. 

The commander-in-chief's physicians would not elaborate on whether chest imaging revealed ground glass opacities or other signs of damage. 

In particular, the former Food and Drug Administration commissioners are concerned about political meddling in the approval of a COVID-19 vaccine. 

Scott Atlas, MD, recently made the news after nearly 100 former Stanford colleagues questioned his views around the pandemic. 

NCI has formed a work group to review funding for TMIST, which is comparing digital breast tomosynthesis with older 2D mammo technology.