New York State Psychiatric Association

NYSPA Issues Press Release on SAFE Act Reporting Requirements

Recently, NYSPA has been mentioned in several newspaper articles regarding the SAFE Act reporting requirements. 

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Dr. Kroplick Named NYSOM's Physician of the Year

Lois Kroplick Receiving Award

NYSPA congratulates Lois Kroplick, D.O. on being named 2014 Physician of the Year Award by the New York State Osteopathic Medical Society. The award was presented on February 21st at the President’s Reception during the 2014 Regional Osteopathic Convention.

Dr. Kroplick is the first psychiatrist to have received this honor. Click here to view a copy of Dr. Kroplick's acceptance speech.  

 

PQRS Clarification

In response to our recent website article on the new PQRS 2015 payment reduction, NYSPA has received several inquiries from members regarding the use of Measure #9 (Major Depressive Disorder (MDD): Antidepressant Medication During Acute Phase for Patients with MDD)

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NYSPA Provides Testimony on SAFE Act Reporting Requirement 

 
On May 31, 2013, NYSPA presented testimony at a Senate hearing regarding the impact of the SAFE Act mental health reporting requirement. 

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NEW PATIENT DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
EFFECTIVE MARCH 31, 2015

Public Health Law §24, enacted into law last year, requires, effective March 31, 2015, that all physicians, other health care providers and hospitals make certain disclosures to patients in treatment.  The new statutory requirement was prompted by the perceived problem of so-called “surprise bills” received by patients when they received inpatients or outpatient hospital and other outpatient surgical procedures. 

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