APG represents over 300 physician organizations across 43 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. Our members participate in pay-for-performance programs across all payer types. Moreover, many APG members have successfully operated under full risk-based models for over two decades and have developed the necessary infrastructure and expertise to be successful in advanced risk-bearing models across a wide variety of socioeconomic and geographic areas. It is our mission to proliferate our model of accountable, coordinated care across the nation.
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In today’s tumultuous health policy climate, it is more important than ever to have strong, unyielding support for advancing risk-based, coordinated care.
We’ve come a long way since the dreaded “doc fix” days and, thanks to MACRA and other new laws, are now on a path away from fee-for-service reimbursements towards new alternative payment models. Still, we have a long way to go, and America’s Physician Groups stands ready to advance the nation’s health delivery system.
And that’s where our Individual Advocacy Members comes in. We need your help! The APG Advocates program gathers like-minded individuals who are passionate about getting involved in the legislative and political process to help move our nation’s healthcare delivery system in the right direction. We know (and Congress, the administration, health policy shapers, and industry stakeholders all agree) that accountable, coordinated care delivers higher-quality, lower-cost healthcare.
America’s Physician Groups has both an Individual Advocacy Program, APG Advocates, and a federal political action committee (PAC). APG uses these programs to support members of Congress who are committed to advancing risk-based coordinated care.