Forgot your password?
Forgot your username?
JOIN THE LPMA
FIND A PSYCHIATRIST
FOR THE PUBLIC
News, Information & Links
Continuing Medical Education
LPMA News & Updates
APA News & Updates
Frontpage Slideshow (version 2.0.0) - Copyright © 2006-2008 by JoomlaWorks
Find a Psychiatrist
Resources for the Public
Calendar of Events
A.G. Schneiderman Announces Settlement With Emblem Health For Wrongly Denying Mental Health And Substance Abuse Treatment For Thousands Of New York Members |
Click here to read the article
| The APA is now accepting abstract submissions for its
168th Annual Meeting to be held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. May 16-21, 2015
. The theme of the meeting is
Psychiatry: Integrating Body and Mind, Heart and Soul.
The submission deadline is
Tuesday, September 9, 2014.
To submit an abstract, review the types of abstracts to be submitted, or learn more about the 2015 Annual Meeting please click
Psychiatric News Alert
The Voice of the
American Psychiatric Association
and the Psychiatric Community
New Deadline Set to Dispute 'Sunshine Act' Data After Database Shut Down Again
The PN Alert released this morning failed to note the new deadline for reviewing and disputing data in CMS's Open Payments system. Here is the corrected version.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has for the second time in recent weeks suspended access to its database that keeps track of payments physicians receive from the pharmaceutical and medical-device industries. The database, called Open Payments, allows physicians who have registered with CMS to verify the accuracy of the information that these industries have reported. As a result of the suspension, the new deadline for physicians to review and dispute data has been extended to
. The Open Payments database is still scheduled to go live to the public on
The reporting system was established through the Physician Payments Sunshine Act as required by the Affordable Care Act.
CMS had suspended access early this month after ProPublica published an account of a data mix up in which information from a Florida physician ended up in the account of an Kentucky physician with the same name. At the time, CMS said it was taking the system offline to correct the data problem and would "work with the industry to eliminate incorrect payment records."
Early this month, the AMA sent a detailed letter to CMS Administrator Marilyn Tavenner, co-signed by APA and dozens of other medical organizations,...
Registration is Open!
Louisiana Psychiatric Medical Association &
Southern Psychiatric Association
Psychiatry in a Changing Healthcare Landscape
September 10-14, 2014
Royal Sonesta Hotel
New Orleans, LA
Click on the Calendar of Events Above for Schedule & Registration Details
LPMA • 9655 Perkins Rd. #C-152 • Baton Rouge, LA 70810 • PH: 225-761-3718 • FAX: 228-215-1256 •
Web Design by
Bruner and Company