Documents FOR PUBLIC COMMENT: PHYSICIAN-FOCUSED PAYMENT MODEL TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE

PTAC is dedicated to transparent operations that encourage and incorporate feedback from the public. Periodically, the Committee asks for public feedback on draft documents and/or processes. Please see below for documents that are currently open for such input.

Please send comments electronically via email with the subject line “Public Comment – [name of document]” to PTAC@hhs.gov.

Document(s) for Public Comment

  • Request for Public Input on PTAC’s review of telehealth and PFPMs – Public input is requested by October 9, 2020. However, public input on these questions is welcome beyond that date. Input on these questions will be made publicly available.
    • Request for Input: The input will serve to inform PTAC as part of its information gathering process; therefore PTAC will not be responding to comments.

  • Request for Public Input on PTAC's review of PFPMs – Public input is requested by August 14, 2020. However, public input on these questions is welcome beyond that date. Input received on these questions will be made publicly available.
    • Request for Input: The input will serve to inform PTAC as part of its information gathering process; therefore PTAC will not be responding to comments.

  • Request for Public Input on PTAC processes and requirements – comment period closed on September 7, 2018.

  • Information on Initial Feedback

  • Proposed Revisions to the Proposal Submission Instructions – comment period closed on February 2, 2018.

Proposals

  • Members of the public may file written statements on the following proposals. All such written statements should be sent to the Designated Federal Official for PTAC at PTAC@HHS.gov. Comments will be posted on the Proposal Submissions page of the ASPE PTAC website approximately one week after the public comment period closes. Members of the public may also publicly comment on proposals at all meetings of PTAC during which PTAC deliberates on proposals. All such meetings and procedures for registering to make any public comments will be announced in the Federal Register at least 15 days prior to such a meeting.

In general, three weeks are allowed for submission of public comments on a proposal.