New survey about ongoing impacts of Change Healthcare cyberattack: Respond by Wednesday, April 24

April 19, 2024
Area(s) of Interest: Cyber Security 

Since the Change Healthcare cyberattack in February and resulting system outages, the California Medical Association (CMA) and the American Medical Association (AMA) have sounded the alarm about the impacts to physician practices across the U.S. The AMA recently released informal survey findings showing the ongoing, devastating impact of the Change Healthcare cyberattack. Now, AMA is asking physician practices to take this follow-up survey to assess the current level of service disruption and financial stress on practices.

Physicians are encouraged to complete the survey by Wednesday, April 24. The survey results will be used to inform ongoing advocacy efforts on this issue.

For the latest information on the Change Healthcare cyberattack response, please visit the CMA webpage dedicated to this topic at cmadocs.org/cyberattack.


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