Whether it is professional, or personal - do you have issues that you care about? Are you interested to have your voice heard by those elected officials who make decisions on those issues?

Public policy decisions by elected officials have a direct and dramatic on physicians and their patients. Healthcare access. Patient care. Public Health. Insurance: patient coverage and physician reimbursement. Medicaid. Medicare. The list goes on…

The CMA is ready to support you as a physician to engage in the public policy process on whatever issue you choose, taking whatever position you decide.

The CMA is ready to provide doctors training and information to empower physicians to work individually, or help connect with like-minded colleagues, on issues of importance to you.
Advocating for Health | Legislative Training for Physicians
Thursday, September 10 | 6:00-7:00pm (Virtual Event)

Learn more in a one-hour virtual forum that will be hosted by the Columbus Medical Association, featuring CMA President Beth Liston, MD, who is also a current member of the Ohio House of Representatives. 

This forum will provide basic background training on the public policy process and explore next steps for participating physicians.
New to public policy? That is okay, as no previous experience with public policy or politics is required. 
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09/10/20 6:00pm - 09/10/20 7:00pm

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