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Every member of the American College of Physicians and the New York Chapter has the opportunity to provide input regarding the development of policies and positions. Share ideas with elected Governors or council members; Submit information for discussion at the Health and Public Policy Committee; and/or Submit resolutions for review and action by the New York Chapter. Resolutions can address ACP/NYACP policy and also state and federal health policy issues.
Each year, the Chapter sends an invited delegation to ACP's Leadership Day in Washington, D.C. to meet with Representatives from their local districts.
NYACP is dedicated to advancing the specialty of Internal Medicine and improving patient care in New York State through education, advocacy and quality improvement. Goals To advocate responsible positions on individual health and on public policy relating to health care for the benefit of the public, our patients, the medical profession and our members; To serve the professionals needs of the membership, support healthy lives and improve the practice environment for physicians, and advance internal medicine as a career; To promote and conduct research to enhance the quality of practice, the education and continuing education of internists, and the attractiveness of internal medicine to physicians and to the public; To recognize excellence and distinguished contributions to internal medicine; and To unify the many voices of internal medicine and its subspecialties for the benefit of our patients, our members, and our profession. The American College of Physicians Member Pledge I affirm my belief in the mission of the American College of Physicians, To preserve and maintain the highest traditions and precepts of our professional calling, And I solemnly declare that I will conform to these idealsto the utmost of my ability.
Laurie Cohen, Esq. Laurie Cohen, Esq., Partner at Nixon Peabody and the Chapter's attorney provides members with support and direction by answering questions relevant to general practice.
ACP provides access to valuable clinical and professional resources, highly respected publications, quality education, powerful advocacy, career management solutions, practice improvement and networking within a community of over 12,000 members in New York and 154,000 members nationwide. NYACP's Membership Benefits NYACP Communications Update: Did You Know.The Chapter sends out communications on a weekly basis in the form of "Your Chapter in Action" and educational event notices? If you are not receiving this information, please unblock "info@nyacp.
ACP membership provides access to valuable clinical and professional resources, nationally respected publications, quality education, powerful advocacy, career management solutions, practice improvement, and networking within a community of over 12,000 members in New York and 154,000 members nationwide. NYACP Member Benefits Laurie Cohen, Esq. Your New York ACP membership is packed with value: Professional and Educational Development 3-Hour Online Pain Managment & Opioid Prescribing Training (satisfies NYS Prescribing Mandate) Annual CME Accredited Scientific Teaching Programs ABIM Recertification Opportunities - SEP Modules Local "District" Meetings Throughout the Year Guidance on Advancing to Fellowship Resident and Medical Student Activities and Research Competitions Webinars on Leadership, Physician Wellness, Medical Practice, Public Health Issues, Clinical Subjects https://www.
March 6, 2019 Your Chapter in Action! Chapter News New York Chapter Leadership Conference Recap In late February, NYACP held its Leadership event at the Desmond Hotel in Albany, NY. This two-day event featured keynotes from Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity specialists, debates on resolutions, membership benefits, Chapter structure and networking sessions. The AI Panel presenting at NYACP Leadership Chapter leaders began the day with a panel on AI and its integration with healthcare with panelists Pat Hale, MD, FACP, Mitch Adler, MD, FACP, and Dan Cerutti from IBM Watson.
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