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ANA Applauds Introduction of Bipartisan Gun Bill

January 21, 2018

ANA applauds the introduction of the Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2019 (H.R. 8) in the U.S. House of Representatives. The legislation expands current background checks processes to ensure that unlicensed dealers and manufacturers do not sell guns to individuals prohibited from owning firearms.

Nurses represent the frontlines of care during every mass shooting, homicide, suicide, accidental shooting, and other acts of violence, providing direct care at the bedside to victims and their families. As such, nurses have long pushed for action to enhance the background check system to prevent potentially dangerous individuals from obtaining firearms. This bipartisan legislation is a step in the right direction.

Call for Public Comment: Nursing Care and Do Not Resuscitate Decisions

January 21, 2019

The ANA Center for Ethics and Human Rights Advisory Board seeks public comment on the proposed position statement, Nursing Care and Do-Not-Resuscitate Decisions The deadline for comments is  February 20, 2019.

Please use this opportunity to contribute to ANA's focus on transparency and recognition of the important insights of public examination of its products. Please share this announcement with colleagues, students, health care consumers and other stakeholders.


Colorado Nurses Association Lobby Day

Join CNA at the capitol for Lobby Day on February 25, 2019.

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*You must register for this event in advance. For information on how to find your House and Senate District, please click here.
We will be meeting at the Scottish Rite Temple on 14th and Grant.

The Agenda for the Day is below:
7:00  Staff set up (coffee and light breakfast will be provided)
7:30 Registration
8:00 Program - Overview of Capitol Map, Calendar for the Day, Key Bills and Talking Points to Discuss with Representative and/or Senator
9:30 Off to Capitol (Lunch will be on your own)

CNA will also hosting the Legislative Dinner this evening, we hope to see you there! 
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Members: Free
Non-Members: $10

The Legislative Dinner has secured parking for the evening, please do not park here all day (CNA has not reserved parking for during the day, you might get towed). For more information or to register for the Legislative Dinner please click here

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CNA 19th Annual Legislative Connection Dinner

Sponsored By DISTRICT 3, 16, SIG 30 and 31.

Legislators & Nurses Working Together

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Monday, February 25, 2019
Scottish Rite Masonic Center
1370 Grant St, Denver, CO 80203


  • 5:00 PM     Check-in and Wine Reception
  • 5:25 PM     Welcome and Introductions
  • 5:30 PM     Dinner and Open Discussion
  • 6:30 PM     Program 2019 Health Care
  • 7:45 PM     Closing

Registration Costs

  • $40 Members-- be sure to log in to receive member pricing!
  • $50 Non‐members, walk‐ins day of event
  • $20 Nursing Students
  • Donations appreciated for nursing student attendees

** Deadline for registration will be Monday, February 25, 2019**
Questions? Call CNA @ 720‐457‐1194 or email @ [email protected].

Free parking will be available at 1st Baptist Church westside of Grant and southside connected garage on eastside. Limited spaces available. This parking is for Legislative Dinner only, please do not park here during the Day at the Capitol events in the morning.

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Changes to 2019 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule to Impact Nurses' Practice

December 28, 2018

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) on Nov. 23 published the Calendar Year 2019 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule final rule that contains several policy, payment, and quality provisions changes, effective Jan. 1, 2019, or later. This final rule contains several policies that will impact RNs and APRNs in their practice settings; several of these policy changes reflect ANA's recommendations in its August 2018 comment letter to CMS regarding the proposed rule. 

ANA believes that the policy changes will reduce documentation burden for APRNs who bill Medicare without negatively impacting patient outcomes. These changes also will allow APRNs to provide more efficient care using telehealth and communication technology-based services, meeting patients where they are and encouraging preventive and primary care usage.

Read a full summary of changes that CMS will implement through this rule.

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