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Colleagues,

Thank you for supporting the Stop Lab Cuts campaign and helping to protect patient access to clinical laboratory services. While the Saving Access to Laboratory Services Act (SALSA) did not cross the finish line in 2022, the Stop Lab Cuts campaign helped secure a one-year reprieve from both Medicare (PAMA) payment cuts of up to 15 percent to over 800 laboratory services and data reporting requirements that would have gone into effect in January 2023. The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2023 also includes mitigation of Medicare payment cuts to physicians over the next two years, and blocks implementation of a 4 percent Medicare payment cut that would have gone into effect under so-called Pay-As-You-Go statutory budget rules.

Here is the press release ACLA distributed on the legislative package.

Your advocacy has been essential in building Congressional awareness of the need for sustainable reimbursement for clinical laboratory services to protect patient access to essential tests, support innovation in new diagnostics, and preserve the nation’s clinical laboratory infrastructure. We are grateful for your partnership in advocacy and are committed to building on the strong foundation of support for SALSA to advance a long-term PAMA fix this year.

Sincerely,

American Clinical Laboratory Association

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