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2016 ACLA Annual Meeting

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The Hill: Reform the IOAS self-referral exception

ACLA and stakeholders ask Congress to support integrity in the practice of medicine and soften the blow to seniors by narrowing the IOAS exception, saving billions in Medicare and easing the pain of a Medicare Part B spike in premiums to certain seniors.

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ACLA Warns Against Duplicative LDT Regulation at House Hearing

At a recent Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee hearing, ACLA President Alan Mertz cautioned that duplicative regulation of LDTs would be harmful to innovation and patient access to diagnostic services.

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Boston Globe editorial: ‘FDA rules will do more harm’

A new Boston Globe editorial warns against proposed FDA guidance on laboratory developed tests.

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The Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014

Big changes are coming to how Medicare pays for clinical lab services – here’s everything your lab needs to know about the new law. 

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Policy Issues

  • Reimbursement and Coverage

    Medicare cuts to clinical labs threaten jobs, stifle innovation, and put patient access to vital lab tests at risk.

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  • Laboratory Developed Tests

    FDA regulation of laboratory-developed tests (LDTs) is duplicative, outside of FDA jurisdiction, and would negatively impact patient access to vital lab tests.

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  • IOAS Exception

    Self-referral leads to over-utilization, mistreated patients, and billions of wasted Medicare dollars. It’s time to close the loophole.

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