Understand the issues affecting patients


Prior authorization

Patients trust physicians to prescribe the care they need. Unncessary administrative burdens shouldn't get in the way of that care.  Read more

Drug price transparency

Americans spend billions of dollars each year for their products, the least they can do is let us know what we're paying for.  Read more

Health system reform

Patients should receive timely, high-quality care, preventive services, medications and other necessary treatments.  Read more

Medicare physician payment (MACRA)

MACRA implementation should break through unnecessary red tape and empower physicians to provide the best possible care for patients.  Read more

Opioid abuse

Opioid misuse, addiction, overdose and death have become an epidemic in America and more must be done to address this urgent issue.  Read more


Correctly implemented, telemedicine can improve access to care, care coordination and quality while reducing the rate of growth in health care spending.  Read more

Graduate medical education

Cuts to graduate medical education could limit patients access to care, jeopardize the ability of residency programs to train physicians and increase physician shortages.  Read more