Legislative developments on the federal level

  • NCMS Morning Rounds 7-19-19

    NCMS Morning Rounds 7-19-19

    Stay cool and enjoy Friday’s  NCMS Morning Rounds. July 19, 2019 Deadline for Leadership Training July 30 The deadline to apply for the NCMS Foundation’s Leadership College is rapidly approaching. […]

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  • NCMS Morning Rounds 7-17-19

    NCMS Morning Rounds 7-17-19

    Happy hump day! Enjoy Wednesday’s  NCMS Morning Rounds. July 17, 2019 NCMS’ Project OBOT Pharmacy Card Helps Sustain Treatment To remove yet another barrier to successful treatment of opioid use […]

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  • NCMS Morning Rounds 7-15-19

    NCMS Morning Rounds 7-15-19

    Welcome to another week and your Monday NCMS Morning Rounds. July 15, 2019 NCMS Weekly Legislative Update Legislators were still at work last week trying to determine if there were […]

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  • NCMS Morning Rounds 7-12-19

    NCMS Morning Rounds 7-12-19

    Happy Friday! Enjoy your NCMS Morning Rounds. July 12, 2019 $20K Disaster Relief Check Delivered to Jacksonville Practice NCMS Director of Member Services, Eastern Region, Frank Snyder, recently was pleased […]

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  • NCMS Morning Rounds 6-28-19

    NCMS Morning Rounds 6-28-19

    TGIF! Enjoy your NCMS Morning Rounds! June 28, 2019 Federal Debate Continues Over Surprise Billing Legislation Earlier this week the US Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee passed S. […]

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  • HB 409 – Legalize FDA Approved Schedule VI Drugs

    HB 409 – Legalize FDA Approved Schedule VI Drugs

    HB 409 – Legalize FDA Approved Schedule VI Drugs Primary Sponsors: Rep. Greg Murphy (R-Pitt), Rep. Pat McElraft (R-Carteret), Rep. Wayne Sasser (R-Stanly) Bill Summary This bill would legalize certain […]

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  • AMA President Calls for Easier Access to MAT

    Barbara L. McAneny, MD, president of the American Medical Association (AMA), yesterday called on state medical societies and physicians throughout the country to push payers to eliminate prior authorization for […]

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