• Federal Rule to Prevent Surprise Health Care Billing

    Under a new federal rule to protect consumers from surprise health care bills, clinical social workers (CSW) must, effective January 1, 2022, provide a good faith estimate (GFE) of expected charges that may be billed for items and services to individuals ... More
  • MyNASW Closed for Winter Break - Happy New Year

    Thank you for your participation in the MyNASW community.  NASW is closed for the final week of the year.  All existing content in MyNASW is available for review, but no new content can be added over this winter break. We wish you health, peace and a ... More
  • CSWs Now Eligible to Participate in QPP

    Medicare Finalizes Rule for CY 2022, Includes Welcome Telehealth Continuation Provisions. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on November 3 released a Medicare final rule for Calendar Year 2022 that includes welcome provisions on telehealth ... More
  • Tell President Biden to Eliminate Student Debt for Public Service Workers

    Social Workers have played an essential role and served on the frontlines during COVID and have been denied Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF).  Now is the time to share your story and tell President Biden to eliminate student debt for dedicated public service workers. More
  • Calling all social workers: Contact your lawmakers in Congress

    Last week, NASW hosted a virtual Social Work Advocacy Day where social workers met with nearly 200 members of Congress and their staff to promote the Improving Access to Mental Health Act, the Community-Based Response Act, the For the People Act and permanent ... More
  • NASW Seeks Members with Long-Term Services & Supports Expertise to Revise Long-Term Care Standards

    NASW seeks members with substantive professional experience in one or more LTSS settings—such as facilities and home and community-based services—to participate in a task force to revise the NASW Standards for Social Work Practice in Long-Term Care Facilities. More