Policy Updates


Sep 02, 2021

Review the Changes and Comment by September 13

In July 2021, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released a proposed rule that announced proposed policy and practice changes for Medicare Part B payments beginning January 1, 2022. The proposed changes may impact the work and reimbursement of social workers in various settings and that of other Medicare providers.

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Sep 02, 2021

NASW is an official partner in coalition with the Student Borrower Protection Center and other organizations on a campaign to Tell President Biden to Eliminate Student Debt for Public Service Workers. NASW invites social workers to share stories of their experiences in the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.

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Aug 26, 2021

August 28, 2021 |  Join Virtually or In Person | How to Participate in the March Online With NASW

Did you know there are currently 400 bills in circulation nationwide that aim to restrict or outright suppress the right to vote? NASW is calling on the nation’s 700,000+ social workers to join us online on August 28 at 11:30 am ET to ensure the right to vote remains protected and accessible. Marches are scheduled virtually and in person in Atlanta, Miami, Houston, Phoenix, and Washington, DC. Please check COVID-19 conditions and masking requirements in your state.

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Aug 19, 2021

NASW is an official partner in coalition with the Student Borrower Protection Center and other organizations on a campaign to Tell President Biden to Eliminate Student Debt for Public Service Workers. NASW invites social workers to share stories of their experiences in the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.

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Jul 08, 2021

VIRTUAL CONGRESSIONAL ADVOCACY DAY JULY 22
July 13 Training for Advocacy Day Included
July 22, 2021 | Virtual | REGISTER: $25

Join us virtually July 22 to help advance legislation that will strengthen the social work profession and our clients. You’ll meet your congressional delegation to tell them your professional and personal experiences as a social worker in your community and as a constituent.

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