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The AMP advocacy program endeavors to inform and influence public policy affecting molecular pathology.  AMP represents its membership to the federal agencies and members of Congress regarding professional and reimbursement issues - reaching out to fellow professional associations, industry and other association partners to accomplish common goals. 

In 2015, AMP plans to continue addressing many regulatory and reimbursement forces adversely affecting molecular diagnostic testing.In January, AMP released a white paper titled A Molecular Diagnostic Perfect Storm: The Convergence of Regulatory & Reimbursement Forces that Threaten Patient Access to Innovations in Genomic Medicine detailing these challenges and utilizes it to support advocacy initiatives.

Position statements, comments, and letters are usually generated by our Professional Relations and Economic Affairs Committees, though our Clinical Practice and Training & Education Committees do advocate in their areas. We invite you to explore AMP's Position Statements and Letters. For more information, please contact policy@amp.org.

View all AMP Position Statements and Letters

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CLIA Modernization Proposal

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Genomic Sequencing Procedure Cost and Value Models-Free Download Available!

 

Updates on Laboratory Developed Procedures (LDPs)

 

Learn more about AMP's CLIA Modernization Proposal

 

AMP's Principles for Oversight of LDPs

 

AMPs Comments to House E&C Committee on Regulation of In Vitro Clinical Tests Draft Legislation

 

AMP's written comments to FDA on LDPs

 

Signs from the 2014 Annual Meeting:  Are you ready to be a "manufacturer"?

 

AMP Position Statement: Revisiting Oversight and Regulation of Molecular-Based Laboratory-Developed Tests

 

FDA's website devoted to all information relevant to the draft framework: www.FDA.gov/LDTs