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    • 10.31.13

      AMIC Encouraged by Inclusion of Appropriateness Criteria in SGR Proposal

      Washington, D.C. – The Access to Medical Imaging Coalition (AMIC) today commended Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.) and Ranking Member Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), House Ways & Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-Mich.) and Ranking Member Sandy Levin (D-Mich.) for their bipartisan efforts to include imaging appropriateness criteria in a joint policy proposal to reform the Medicare physician payment system and permanently eliminate the continual threat of drastic reimbursement cuts for physician services called for under the current Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) formula.‪

    • 05.24.13

      How many scans were you able to identify?

      Find out a bit more about each scan.

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    • 06.20.12

      Imaging groups respond to JAMA utilization study

      AuntMinnie | Erik L. Ridley

      The Access to Medical Imaging Coalition (AMIC) said the JAMA study
      affirms there was a decline in medical imaging utilization in recent years among
      both Medicare and privately insured individuals.

      » Read The Article
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  • Press Releases

    • 03.27.18

      AMIC Responds to Misrepresentation of U.S. Medical Imaging Services in JAMA Study

      Washington, D.C. – The Access to Medical Imaging Coalition (AMIC) today said that a new study published in the March issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association does not accurately portray the state of medical imaging in the United States, as it focuses narrowly on the commercial market.

    • 03.6.18

      AMIC Applauds Anthem for Addressing Provider Feedback in Change to Reimbursement Policy

      Washington, D.C. – The Access to Medical Imaging Coalition (AMIC) today applauded Anthem for deciding not to proceed with its reimbursement policy relating to physician use of payment modifier 25 following feedback from several medical societies. In light of the decision, AMIC encouraged Anthem to revisit its additional policies that adversely impact providers. Specifically, AMIC expressed concern with Anthem’s policies related to outpatient imaging and emergency department use, which would jeopardize patient care.

    • 02.21.18

      AMIC Strongly Opposes FY 2019 Budget Provision to Expand Site Neutral Payment Policies

      Washington, D.C. – The Access to Medical Imaging Coalition (AMIC) announced today that it strongly opposes President Trump’s fiscal 2019 budget provision that expands “site neutral” payment policies aimed at reducing Medicare payments for medical imaging services performed in certain hospital outpatient settings.

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  • Press Releases

    • 03.27.18

      AMIC Responds to Misrepresentation of U.S. Medical Imaging Services in JAMA Study

      Washington, D.C. – The Access to Medical Imaging Coalition (AMIC) today said that a new study published in the March issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association does not accurately portray the state of medical imaging in the United States, as it focuses narrowly on the commercial market.

    • 03.6.18

      AMIC Applauds Anthem for Addressing Provider Feedback in Change to Reimbursement Policy

      Washington, D.C. – The Access to Medical Imaging Coalition (AMIC) today applauded Anthem for deciding not to proceed with its reimbursement policy relating to physician use of payment modifier 25 following feedback from several medical societies. In light of the decision, AMIC encouraged Anthem to revisit its additional policies that adversely impact providers. Specifically, AMIC expressed concern with Anthem’s policies related to outpatient imaging and emergency department use, which would jeopardize patient care.

    • 02.21.18

      AMIC Strongly Opposes FY 2019 Budget Provision to Expand Site Neutral Payment Policies

      Washington, D.C. – The Access to Medical Imaging Coalition (AMIC) announced today that it strongly opposes President Trump’s fiscal 2019 budget provision that expands “site neutral” payment policies aimed at reducing Medicare payments for medical imaging services performed in certain hospital outpatient settings.

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