Recently, we asked afib patients in the US to ask Medicare to preserve their ability to get a catheter ablation when needed. Unfortunately, that comment period closed in early September, but we have another opportunity to influence this. Congress can still comment until the end of September.
Therefore, you have another chance to make your opinion known to your Congressional representatives so they can comment to Medicare to reverse this onerous change.
This opportunity is easier than the previous one. That is because some electrophysiologists who are part of the EP Advocacy Foundation created a website to make it easy for you to send this message to YOUR Senators and House Representative. In addition, the Heart Rhythm Society, the electrophysiologist medical society, approved this website.
Please read the story below explaining how to quickly make your voice heard (it’s easy to do by following the simple steps in the story):