Recent news: 

Congressional Budget Office scoring of American Health Care Act
Comparing the GOP's health care plan to the ACA

Dose of Reality website aims to help combat prescription drug overdose

New date for Meaningful Use attestation

The National Diabetes Prevention Program in Nebraska - latest Nebraska Medicine publishes

Enhanced Prescription Drug Monitoring Program launched
Celebrating 50 years of newborn screening in Nebraska

FAQs on Affordable Care Act Section 1557

DEA reverses announced change to registration renewal process

Health coverage under Trump: What may change and what may stay the same

Todd Pankratz, MD, of Hastings installed as 2016-17 president of the Nebraska Medical Association

Congratulations to 2016 NMA Award Winners
Short-acting opioid limits went into effect October 3, 2016
Physicians can avoid MACRA penalties by choosing one of three options
Governor, DHHS, reveal business plan

NMA presented 2016 Partnership Award from Nebraska Cancer Coalition
Maximus - Nebraska Medicaid provider screening and enrollment requirements

Nebraska Medicine - The Opioid Epidemic: Collaboration key to a solution 
DHHS announces change in contract recommendation for Heritage Health
Meaningful use - Stage 3 final rule with comments
Humanize your physician: they are real people
Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 detailed summary
when provisions will take place  
Nebraska receives over $3 million in funding for prescription drug overdose protection

Defying the silence of ALS - Tom Tonniges, MD

"Obamacare" is for Native Americans, too

SERPA-ACO in top 20 nationally


NMA Statement on Affordable Care Act, June 28, 2012

The Nebraska Medical Association remains committed to ensuring health care for all Nebraskans. As advocates for the health of all Nebraskans, NMA member physicians will continue to provide quality health care to all citizens, regardless of insurance status.  

We firmly believe that health care for all should include an emphasis on preventative care, wellness and personal responsibility of the patient. We support provisions to ensure that health insurance access is universal and portable and we understand the need for appropriate cost controls. We also believe in a strong physician/patient relationship in medical decision making.

In 2008, the Nebraska Medical Association contributed to a bill, the Health Care Accessibility and Affordability Act, introduced in the Nebraska Legislature that was the result of nearly two years of discussions with health care related stakeholders. We still believe that the recommendations included in that legislation, including that all Nebraskans be covered by a health plan, are valid and crucial in health care reform. 

Nebraskans Favor Health Coverage for All, Fear Losing Theirs
2008 Survey of Nebraskans on Health Care Issues
Recommendations of the Nebraska Medical Association's Health Care Reform Task Force  
  

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