No more so-called “doc fixes.” No more sending hundreds of physicians to Capitol Hill on ACP's Leadership Day each year to lobby Congress to repeal the SGR (not that ... Leadership Day isn't needed now; it's just that we will now be able to address
Doherty, separately discuss the College's annual Leadership Day, which took place this May, and the priorities members focused on this year now that the sustainable growth rate (SGR) is finally
Payment reform was the lead item on the agenda when I first covered Leadership Day on Capitol Hill in 2004, and it was still front and center at the most recent ... Let's just hope that by Leadership Day 2014, the headlines have changed.
patients. On Tuesday, some 350 internist and medical student members from 47 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico came to the College's annual Leadership Day on Capitol Hill. ... Staff also followed up on the intelligence gathered from the
In addition to its concurrent scheduling with Leadership Day (see related story) , the meeting will feature presentations by current, former and future leaders of the nation's health care system. ... The Leadership Enhancement and Development (LEAD)
The article may exaggerate students' ignorance a little. I've certainly seen a lot of med students/policy activists at ACP's Leadership Day.
The College's annual Leadership Day took place in May, allowing ACP physician and medical student members from all over the country to visit Washington, D.C., and make their voices
And learn about the College's annual Leadership Day, when ACP members visit Capitol Hill to talk to senators and representatives about pressing priorities in health care.
In late May, as part of the College's annual Leadership Day, ACP members visited Washington, D.C., to talk to their senators and representatives about the problems facing primary care
May 15-17. This year the meeting coincides with Leadership Day, when College members converge on Capitol Hill to lobby their members of Congress about key health care issues.