December 23, 2021


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Nominate Your State to Host the 2023 State Advocacy Forum
APMA’s Center for Professional Advocacy is now welcoming applications from state components to host the 2023 State Advocacy Forum. This is a great opportunity for states that have a story to share with other state podiatric leaders. Applications accepted through February 15, 2022. | READ MORE >


President Signs Medicare Fix Legislation
President Biden signed S. 610 Protecting Medicare and American Farmers from Sequester Cuts Act on December 10. This legislation, among other things, prevents the looming fiscal cliff in Medicare reimbursement for physicians. The bill, which received bipartisan support in Congress, makes several notable adjustments to Medicare reimbursement. | READ MORE >


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Medicare Routine (At-Risk) Foot Care Guide Infographic
The APMA Coding Committee created this flow chart exclusively for APMA members to help choose appropriate coding when performing routine (at-risk) foot care. The chart differentiates between trimming and debriding and the appropriate codes that accompany each. More Coding Resources are available at


There’s Still Time to Save 20 Percent on MIPS White Glove Services
APMA members get 20 percent off MIPS White Glove Services through December 31. Be sure to act now and take advantage of this holiday savings promotion.


Wound Care Podiatrist Scholarship for SAWC Spring
You are invited to apply for the Wound Care Podiatrist Scholarship for the Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) Spring in Phoenix, April 2022. See if you qualify and apply by January 12, 2022. The recipient gets complimentary registration (value of $709) to attend meeting.


How Will You Support the Future of Podiatry Today?
There’s still time to make your tax-deductible gift to the APMA Educational Foundation’s 2021 campaign! And Deckers X Lab will continue to donate one pair of shoes for each gift made through December 31. GIVE TODAY.


CPME Public Notice: Call for Third-Party Comments
In accordance with CPME procedures, interested individuals or institutions are invited to submit third-party comments with respect to the council’s standards and requirements concerning the application of a new school of podiatric medicine at the University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) in Edinburg, TX. Comments are due by January 1. | READ MORE >



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