Welcome to the RPA's Nephrology Coverage Advocacy Program
RPA launched the NCAP initiative in 2003 to provide robust policy and regulatory education and training and shape policies at the federal and local level. NCAP continues to evolve as a forum for local leaders in nephrology to discuss the best strategies for promoting awareness of kidney disease and ensuring that coverage and payment policies do not compromise kidney patient care.
NCAP is actively involved in educating RPA members about reimbursement, coverage and regulatory issues which impact patient care and serves as a forum where nephrology practitioners can share information regarding renal coverage policies across state and regional boundaries.
2017 RPA Webinar Series
Successful Participation in the Quality Payment Program
Speaker: Terry Ketchersid, MD
July 12; 1:00-2:00 PM ET
All spaces in the webinar have been filled. This webinar will be recorded and made available on RPA eLearning.
ESRD Bundle Add-on: What Nephrologists Need to Know
Speaker: Keith Bellovich, DO
Available on RPA eLearning
The 2017 NCAP webinar series is supported by an educational grant from Amgen.
2017 NCAP Annual Forum
The 15th Annual RPA NCAP Forum was held June 3-4, 2017 in Washington, DC. The Annual Forum was supported by an educational grant from Amgen.
View the presentations.
Save the date: 16th Annual RPA NCAP will be held June 23-24, 2018!
There's no registration fee to attend NCAP or Capitol Hill Day and all nephrology practitioners and practice managers are invited to attend!
Here’s what past attendees have said about this Forum:
"The ONLY place to get comprehensive info regarding policy and payment matters."
“NCAP gives me direct insight into reimbursement issues facing nephrology practices in other regions as well as my own. I find this an important “heads up” as to trends that might be coming my way.”
“NCAP helps me understand the nuances of payment systems."
“NCAP provides perspectives that can't be gotten anywhere else."
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