For the last 15 to 20 years the CTSMA Public Policy Committee has worked tirelessly to change the laws in Connecticut and nationally to recognize the value of the CMA(AAMA). We have made gains nationally with Meaningful Use but we still struggle in Connecticut to be able to practice to the full scope of our profession. Each year we get closer and closer to reach our goal of being able to give vaccinations in the State of Connecticut. For more information regarding CTSMA Public Policy or CT Legislation, please contact CTSMA Public Policy Chair Holly Martin, CMA(AAMA) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Policy & CTSMA Legislation
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National AAMA Public Policy & Legislation
Keep sending those letters, ask your physicians, APRNs, PAs to send letters emphasizing on how the passing of this bill will impact health access, quality of care and better access to the under served in our comunities.
2019 Bill No. 6943
These are testimonies submitted:
Don Balasa, JD, MBA
Chief Execituve Officer AAMA, Legal Counsel
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