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ACEP in the News

Below are recent major mainstream and health care news articles that feature the American College of Emergency Physicians and its spokespeople.

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June 18, 2021 • Bloomberg

Covid Counts Hit Zero in U.S. Hospitals Once Overrun by Victims

Zeros are fast becoming the norm in many emergency departments around the country, said James Augustine, a spokesperson for the American College of Emergency Physicians.

June 10, 2021 • USA Today

Insurance giant's new ER policy called 'dangerous' by critics. It says as many as 1 in 10 claims could be rejected.

The American College of Emergency Physicians said it fears the change will cause patients to avoid using emergency rooms because they will be responsible for their hospital bills when UnitedHealthcare...

June 9, 2021 • Medpage Today

UnitedHealthcare to Crack Down on 'Non-Emergent' ED Claims

In a statement provided to MedPage Today, the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) said that it believes the insurer's new policy is in "direct violation" of the federal prudent layperson s...

May 25, 2021 • STAT News

Congress needs to pass the Dr. Lorna Breen act to support U.S. health care workers

A recent poll from the American College of Emergency Physicians found that 73% of emergency physicians said they were concerned about stigma if they sought mental health support, and 57% reported they...

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