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SMPAC, CALPAC and AMPAC

by: SMCMAMay 7, 2014
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What is SMPAC?

SMPAC, the San Mateo County Medical Associatinon Political Action Committee, addresses crucial issues affecting San Mateo County physicians. Committee members communicate regularly with county and state legislators to discuss pending legislation and to represent the prevailing position of organized medicine on such issues as MICRA (Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act of 1975), E & M Documentation Guidelines, and gag clauses. Your support enables the Association to fight for you where and when it really matters...because your practice is our business.

You can add a financial contribution to support the work of SMPAC on your annual membership dues bill, or contact us today at (650) 312-1663.


What is CALPAC?

CALPAC, the California Medical Association Political Action Committee, supports candidates and legislators who understand and embrace CMA's philosophy and vision of the future of health care and medical pratice. CALPAC is operated by physicians for physicians.

Click here to learn more about CALPAC.


What is AMPAC?

AMPAC is the bipartisan political action committee of the American Medical Association. AMPAC’s mission is to find and support candidates for Congressional offices, whether it is a new candidate for office who will make physicians and patients a top priority, or a candidate running for re-election who has proven to be a friend of medicine.

Click here to learn more about AMPAC.

 

Please note: SMPAC, CALPAC & AMPAC are voluntary political organizations, and contributions are not deductible for state or federal income tax purposes.