Advocate for Our Specialty

Our resident advocacy expert, Dr. Allen Meadows, offers tips on the best ways to stay informed, be heard and get involved.

2020 proposed Medicare fee schedule released

July 30, 2019 The proposed 2020 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule was just released and, if adopted,...
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Proposed 2020 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule

What will it mean for allergy?
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House of Delegates Rules of Order

These revised Rules of Order for the HOD were approved by the College's Board of Regents on...
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Defend Affordable Shots (DASH)

The Advocacy Council, on behalf of the College and other allergy/immunology organizations, advocated for the past three years on proposed changes to USP Chapter <797> rules and is gratified with the final rule published June 1, 2019. But our efforts cannot stop now!

Is the sky falling? Be a Survivor!

Did you miss our recent webinar during which allergists share their approaches to changes in...

Advocacy Roundtable

This virtual roundtable discussion addresses the latest allergy advocacy issues and answers members...

How to be an Advocate for Allergists

This webinar will address how allergists can impact issues important to the future of allergy by...

House of Delegates

The House of Delegates (HOD) is your direct link to leadership. If you have an issue or concern about your practice, contact your regional Super-delegate to report it. Your Super-delegate will bring the issue to the HOD leaders, who can tap into the Advocacy Council’s experience and resources to help solve your problem. 

Join the Strike Force

Each spring the Advocacy Council hosts a contingent of allergists who march on Washington and bring our issues directly to Congress. The second day of the Strike Force event is held in partnership with the Allergy and Asthma Network. If you’re interested in learning more and joining the Strike Force, add your name to our mailing list. We’ll contact you with more details about how to get involved.

Find your Legislator

Want to share your concerns with your local, state or federal representative?