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The CMA Organized Medical Staff Section, along with representation from other CMA delegations, forums and sections propose Major Issue topics for consideration and approval by the CMA Board of Trustees.
The CMA Organized Medical Staff Section represents California medical staffs and advocates for strong medical staff self-governance and quality patient care.
The deadline for fourth quarter resolution submissions is July 15, 2019.
The CMA Organized Medical Staff Section held its 2018 Annual Assembly on Friday, October 12, 2018, in Sacramento, immediately prior to the CMA House of Delegates.
CMA is very concerned with the adverse impacts of this new policy upon our physician members and has been in continued dialogue with Anthem regarding our concerns.
Effective July 1, 2019, DMHC will be required to annually review complaints filed by providers who believe a plan is engaging in an unfair payment pattern.
The survey will include questions on the death penalty to ensure that CMA policy is in line with the views of physicians across the state.
DMHC recently adopted a regulation that requires entities that assume any amount of global risk to either obtain a license under the Knox-Keene Act or receive an exemption from DMHC.
The HHS recently unveiled five new voluntary Medicare primary care payment models.