Registration is now open for the KMS Advocacy Day & Annual Meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021, as well as a networking event the evening prior.
We hope you will make plans now to join your peers from across the state to network
and learn how our collective advocacy shapes the practice of medicine in Kansas.
These are unprecedented times in many ways. Physicians face challenges that grow and change by the day amid the pandemic. 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.
The KMS Advocacy Day serves a number of other purposes:
For your convenience, this year we are also combining the Advocacy Day with the KMS Annual Meeting. During this time, we will outline several challenges and opportunities facing Kansas physicians and legislative proposals to improve and protect the practice of medicine.
Registration is open and there’s no cost to attend. Please let us know you plan to come today!
Tuesday evening, Jan. 26
Specialty society meetings
(More details to be announced soon.)
A block of rooms has been reserved for KMS attendees at the brand-new Cyrus Hotel, just a few blocks from the KMS building (map). The special rate is $99 for reservations made before Jan. 5.
You can book online here or call (866) 266-3500. Reservations may be canceled at no cost for any reason up to 48 hours before the event; reservations may be canceled at no cost for reasons related to COVID-19 up to the day of the event.