AMP Submits Proposal to AMA Covering CPT Codes for Sequencing-based Assays | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Association for Molecular Pathology today announced that it has submitted to an American Medical Association panel its proposal for CPT codes for sequencing-based assays.

The proposal was developed by AMP's Economic Affairs Committee — which develops and advocates for sound economic policies that "promote the provision of high quality molecular pathology services" — and was submitted to AMA's CPT Editorial Panel.

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