The ACR’s Committee on Rheumatologic Care (CORC) has been busy on many fronts, including establishing new position statements for the College, introducing new practice perspectives and engaging multiple stakeholders in actions to protect and enhance rheumatology practice, such as with payers.
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“CORC ensures the rheumatology voice is heard in all of the most critical venues,” says CORC Chair Colin Edgerton, MD, FACP, RhMSUS. “Communication with our ACR members, government agencies, payers and other stakeholders is robust and timely, focusing on patient access and practice success.”
CORC Takes Action
Dr. Edgerton shares several key activities that members of CORC have been engaged in this year on behalf of the rheumatology community of providers and patients:
- Engaging new voices in practice advocacy
CORC established a new standing member position for a pharmacist.