Tag: Advocacy

New SVS series zeroes in on government’s impact on vascular surgery

Starting next month, the Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) will begin a series of articles focusing on how the actions of Congress and regulatory...

Medicare payments: Congress fails to #StopTheFullCut

Despite intense pressure from the entire healthcare provider community, Congress failed to include provisions in its year-end legislative package to fully prevent Medicare payment...

‘Week of Action’ raises awareness of SVS advocacy activities

From sending emails to lawmakers, posting on social media to amplify legislative issues, and donating to the Society for Vascular Surgery Political Action Committee...

SVS launches program to ‘REACH 535’ lawmakers

To leverage the power of direct engagement with lawmakers on the part of constituents, the SVS advocacy team is launching a grassroots advocacy plan...

SVS advocacy in action: Protecting and advancing the interests of vascular...

Deep in to the second half of the year, there is no rest for the weary regarding Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) advocacy initiatives....

New SVS president outlines priorities for his tenure as Society aims...

Michael Dalsing, MD, who took over as Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) president at the 2022 Vascular Annual Meeting (VAM) in Boston (June 15–18),...

Advocate or adversary? Perils baked into the relationship between physicians and...

Patients with complex illnesses may not be eligible for hospital admission unless their diagnoses meet InterQual Criteria or Milliman Care Guidelines—hurdles patients must first...