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The Nocturnists launches Satellites program to support local storytelling projects

The Nocturnists is offering $15,000 grants to California clinicians and health care organizations interested in producing live storytelling shows in their own communities.

CMA and SSVMS work together to oppose surprise attack on physician practices

CMA is organizing a coalition of physicians, dentists, psychologists and optometrists in Sacramento for an urgent campaign to alert voters and oppose Measure C, a local tax increase that threatens health care access and small businesses in the community.

Federal judge clears way for new Tricare West Region contract

A federal judge has ruled in favor of the U.S. Defense Health Agency in a lawsuit filed by Health Net Federal Services over the agency’s decision to award the TRICARE West region managed care support contract to TriWest Healthcare Alliance

Has your practice been paid for outstanding COVID-19 testing and related services?

SB 510 requires health plans and insurers to reimburse providers for specified COVID-19 testing, related office visits and immunization services.

Bipartisan Senate workgroup formed to explore Medicare payment reforms

A bipartisan group of U.S. Senators last week  announced the formation of a Medicare payment reform working group.

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Congress introduces bipartisan bill to promote physician wellness

A bipartisan bicameral group of U.S. Senators and Representatives recently introduced legislation to reauthorize the Dr. Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Protection Act for another five years.

PHC announces more than $25k in medical student grants

PHC today announced almost $25,000 in MedStudentsServe awards to support medical student projects across the state that will enhance the health and well-being of California’s communities.

PEPC hosting free webinar on the independent physician experience in CMS Innovation Center Models

Physicians are invited to join the Partnership to Empower Physician-Led Care for a webinar highlighting the...

Tell your Senators to sign the "cancel the cut" letter

Due to the continued gridlock in Congress, a new round of Medicare physician payment cuts was allowed to go into effect on January 1, 2024. This 3.37% reduction comes on the heels of three years of consecutive cuts to Medicare services.