Circumstances in our professional and day-to-day lives continue to change, perhaps as much now as they had previously in the pandemic. According to public health officials, heightened levels of COVID-19 spread may continue for months more. If so, it's possible we may not be able to host an Advocacy Day in early 2022 (although we are making plans to do so).
Rather than wait until then, we have decided to host a series of brief online sessions to get KMS members up to speed on the coming legislative session and the main issues currently implicating the practice of medicine in Kansas.
Legislative Overview and Session Preview
5:30 p.m., Oct. 13, 2021
KMS Legislative Committee and Issues
5:30 p.m., Oct. 20, 2021
Getting Involved in Advocacy
5:30 p.m., Oct. 27, 2021
The importance of Advocacy
Your priority is your patients’ wellbeing—our priority is to ensure that can continue, unencumbered by a constantly changing state policy landscape. KMS advocates for Kansas physicians so that your focus can stay with your patients.
Our elected policymakers are ever changing. Our advocacy must be constant.
Advocacy is ongoing. KMS works year-round ensuring lawmakers are well educated on issues that affect the practice of medicine.