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Feb 15, 2018

WASHINGTON — In response to the high school mass shooting yesterday in Parkland, Florida, Dr. Paul Kivela, president of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) issued the following...

Feb 14, 2018

Missouri patients are still at risk from Anthem's policy to deny coverage for emergency patients, despite increasing the number of "always pay" exceptions and an acknowledgment that coverage...

Feb 5, 2018

Alaska's emergency care is at risk if the state legislature enacts SB 129, which would rescind a rule that requires health insurance companies to provide adequate coverage for emergency care. "The...

Feb 2, 2018

As flu activity reaches its highest levels in nearly a decade, it is important to take steps to prevent getting or spreading the illness. These include recognizing the signs and symptoms, and...

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ACEP In the News

This is a round-up of national and local newspaper, magazine and television reports that mention the American College of Emergency Physicians, our issues or our spokespeople.

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