93% of physicians report that cases requiring prior auth delay care

1 in 3 physicians report that prior authorization has led to a serious adverse event for a patient in their care

Prior authorization is a burden to patient care, and on February 7, the Prior Authorization Reform Amendment Act was introduced to the DC Council. To successfully pass this legislation and make meaningful reform to prior authorization, overwhelming support from physicians and patients alike is important. To assist time-crunched professionals in successfully advocating for prior authorization reform, the Medical Society’s Advocacy Committee Chair, Dr. Klint Peebles, has prepared a brief overview

In less than 10 minutes, Dr. Peebles outlines:

  • Why prior authorization reform is important 
  • How to prepare a message of support
  • Who to contact and how
  • How to amplify your message

View video here or below.