ASPS joined the Alliance of Specialty Medicine to challenge policy that would require drug samples to be reported as items of "value" through the Open Payments Database.
ASPS worked with the Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons to influence negotiations and shape portions of the state’s second shot at solving the issue of out-of-network billing
ASPS partners with the Florida Society of Plastic Surgeons to improve standards of care for office-based surgery and BBL procedures in the Sunshine State.
ASPS urged Colorado to protect patients from balance billing with comprehensive reforms that fairly reimburse surgeons without implementing a complete ban on the practice.
ASPS fights to protect transgender patients in Colorado, Iowa and Washington by lobbying for coverage of medically necessary transition-related care.
ASPS and national stakeholders urged members of the Senate to oppose a federal proposal that would address surprise medical bills through hospital bundled billing.
ASPS and the Robert H. Ivy Pennsylvania Society of Plastic Surgeons urge a state Senator to withdraw legislation that would allow optometrist to perform surgical procedures.