The payment landscape is changing rapidly, both in the government-sponsored and private markets. Learn how these changes may affect your practice.
The Affordable Care Act and Reproductive Health
In the wake of the Dobbs decision, access to contraception and the administrative barrier and burden of prior authorization continue to be points of concern for clinicians. The Affordable Care Act is a source that clinicians can tap into.Read the Brief
The daily practice of obstetrician-gynecologists is impacted by coverage, payment, and administrative policies imposed by public and private payers. Several policies are set by federal or state governments and implemented across all payers.Go
Learn how ACOG works on behalf of obstetrician-gynecologists to mitigate burdensome requirements from payers and ensure equitable access to the standards of clinical care.Go
Health Care Coverage for Refugees and Immigrants
Refugees and immigrants who are admitted to the United States have access to health insurance through Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program, Refugee Medical Assistance, or the Health Insurance Marketplace.Go
Practice Management Resources
ACOG is dedicated to providing our Fellows with educational resources to assist with the transition from a volume-based health system to a value-based health system.Go
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