21 Principles to Reform Prior-Authorization Requirements

Published by the American Medical Association, the following article outlines a comprehensive set of 21 principles for reforming prior-authorization requirements released by the AMA and a coalition of 16 other organizations representing physicians, medical groups, hospitals, pharmacists, and patients. The 21 principles can be divided into five categories: clinical validity, continuity of care, transparency and fairness, timely access and administrative efficiency, and alternatives and exemptions.

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Organizational Strategies, Rules and Regulations

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