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CMA issues statement in response to LAUSD vaccine mandate

CMA issued the following statement in response to the Los Angeles Unified School District decision to require vaccines for all eligible students:


CMA president issues statement in response to U.S. Supreme Court refusal to stay Texas abortion law

CMA President Peter N. Bretan, Jr., M.D., issued the following statement in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to stay the Texas abortion law:


CMA updates two resources to help physicians avoid COVID-19 vaccine claim delays

To help physician practices avoid delays and denials of claims for vaccine administration, CMA has updated its COVID-19 Vaccine Toolkit for Medical Practices and COVID-19 Vaccine Reimbursement Quick ...


Looming threats to Medicare could affect patient access to care

With Congress set to return to Washington, DC in the coming weeks, there is much work to be done to avert looming cuts in the Medicare physician payment system. If left unchecked these cuts could cau...


CA high court ruling will have lasting impact on legal claims of sham peer review

CMA achieved an important victory in an important case before the California Supreme Court that will have lasting ramifications on how courts treat legal claims of retaliatory or sham peer review.

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