The Chiropractic Medicare Coverage Modernization Act (H.R. 2654), legislation that would ensure that Medicare beneficiaries have full access to all the services a chiropractor can provide under his or her state’s chiropractic scope of practice, was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives on April 19, 2021. H.R. 2654 is bipartisan legislation that would allow the nation’s more than 63 million Medicare beneficiaries to receive the full range of chiropractic care, not just manual manipulation of the spine to correct subluxation, as has been the case since 1972. Email your U.S. Representative TODAY and ask him or her to co-sponsor H.R. 2654, the Chiropractic Medicare Coverage Modernization Act.

We’ve made it really simple to contact your representative! As members of ChiroCongress, we have access to larger, national tools. ChiroCongress has created a one-stop-shop for all states to be able to contact their individual representatives regarding H.R. 2654. Both doctors and patients have their own links in order to contact their respective representatives. When KAC wins with resources like this, we all win!

What can you do to help?

Take 2 minutes of your day. Take 2 minutes and click on the link below. Enter in your home address and your representative will automatically populate. There is a pre-written message, OR you can customize your own message to your representative. Once you are happy with the message, hit “send message”! No need to leave the comfort of your office or chair to contact your representative. It’s as easy as that!

How else can you help??

Tell your colleagues to contact their representative! Tell your patients to contact their representative! Tell your family! Tell everyone you know to take 2 minutes to send a letter to their representative regarding the Medicare Coverage Modernization Act.

Doctors: Click here to submit your letter to your representative

Patients: Click this link to submit your letter to your representative

Check out this video with Dr. Kate Baker – ACA Delegate regarding H.R. 2654