Are you concerned about where osteopathic medicine is going and who is working for your professional concerns? Osteopathic medicine faces a variety of challenges in an era of rapid change. The Colorado Society of Osteopathic Medicine is your voice for these concerns. CSOM has your rights and interests represented at the State Capital. As a strong unified professional organization we have taken many steps to empower physicians and protect our patients. We are currently representing you in legislative proposals including, but not limited to:
- Medical Liability Reform
- Confidentiality of the Peer Health Assistance Program
- Scopes of Practice
CSOM works to ensure that the basic tenets and policies of the osteopathic profession pertaining to education, licensure, scope of practice, reimbursement and other priorities are recognized and supported in the State of Colorado, often in cooperation with other physician groups and collaboratively with the AOA Division of State Government Affairs.
HB21-1232 Standardized Health Benefit Plan Colorado Option
Intense negotiation continue on HB 1232 – the Colorado (Public) Option. As of today physicians remain in the bill. Participation in the Colorado Potion Health Plan will be mandatory in areas necessary to achieve network adequacy. Reimbursement is set at 135% of Medicare. This will impact the RVU clinic as well as physicians.
Click on the link below to check out lobbying by bills, clients, lobbyists. Combines Secretary of State reports with General Assembly data. https://coloradocapitolwatch.com/bill-tracker-votes/0/3106/2021/0/