The new law (SB 137) not only requires payors to maintain accurate and current directories, but it also requires physicians to do their part in keeping the information up-to-date. Failure of practices to comply with the new requirements may result in payment delays, removal from directories and even contract termination. For more information, sign up for CMA’s April 27 webinar on SB 137, at www.cmanet.org/webinars . Or you may call Mitzi Young, OCMA Physician Advocate, at (888) 236-0267. The webinar will provide an overview of SB 137 and a pilot program, launched by America’s Health Insurance Plans, to ensure provider directories comply with the new law, while reducing the administrative burden for physician practices.