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  • 1 Dec 2021 6:33 AM | Anonymous
  • 4 Nov 2021 5:36 AM | Anonymous

    Preventing cuts to Medicare physician payment continues to be a top ACS advocacy priority as significant cuts (nearly 9%) to physician payment for most surgical services delivered to Medicare patients are slated to take effect January 1, 2022. As evidenced by record-breaking 2020 efforts, grassroots advocacy works and remains essential to stopping the cuts. Therefore, it is imperative to amplify surgery’s voice once again in Washington by urging House and Senate leadership to stop the cuts. ACS chapter involvement over the next month is critical. Participate today by calling and writing your lawmakers and letting them know how the cuts will impact you and your patients. For questions or assistance, contact DAHP staff at ahp@facs.org.

    Surgery is a specialized service that requires extensive training and expertise and should be viewed by Congress as an essential element to health care delivery across the country. Congress’ support of surgery must be demonstrated by prioritizing a year-end fix to stop the cuts.Please utilize tools provided by the ACS DAHP to take action early and often to elevate this important advocacy priority while protecting patients in the process.


  • 1 Nov 2021 4:37 AM | Anonymous
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  • 1 Jul 2021 8:28 PM | Anonymous

    Dr. Nair discusses the challenges facing the surgical community in Florida and the upcoming FCACS events.


  • 1 Jun 2021 8:29 PM | Anonymous

    Join Dr. Deepak Nair as he takes a look at the exciting year ahead and discusses his goals as the 2021-2022 FCACS President.

  • 1 Apr 2021 8:30 PM | Anonymous

    Dr. Jay Redan invites you to join the FCACS for the Edward M. Copeland, III, MD, FACS Research Symposium & Business Meeting.


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