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Public Policy & Advocacy

Local Advocacy Information

Ohio Legislature Page


Advocacy Resources

Where the College Stands on key health policy issues, news and recent policy changes

Visit Legislative Action Center for more information about the new Advocates for Internal Medicine Network (AIMn) and the Richard Neubauer Advocate for Internal Medicine Award.

State Health Policy Pages
Home Page
News and Info
Hot Topics

  • Consumer Web site: Affordable Care Act- site provides clear, trusted, concise and understandable information--by state, by timeline, and by different patient characteristics (like small business, under or over age 65).
  • ACA Enrollment Help patients enroll in Health Insurance Marketplaces.
  • AmericanEHR Partners: an interactive website designed to assist medical practices compare, select, and implement electronic health records.
  • The ACP Advocate: bi-weekly, e-newsletter created to provide ACP members with news about public policy issues affecting internal medicine and patient care.
  • The ACP Advocate Blog by Bob Doherty
  • Electronic Resolution System - find Chapter Sponsored Resolutions
  • Member Advocacy - Other resources to help members advocate ACP policy
  • White House Health Reform Web site - useful state-by-state data that highlights the current status of health care and the need for reform this year.
  • Project Vote Smart - a comprehensive database that helps you identify federal and state legislators, through a zip code search, and research their positions, voting records, campaign finances, performance evaluations, and even send them an email.
  • Public Policy Virtual Library (PPVL) - a repository of ACP's current and historic policies and the Policy Compendium.

Additional Advocacy Resources

Page Updated: 5/22/2015

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Contact Information

Michael Tan, MD FACP,
Governor, Ohio Chapter

Jan Wrassman,
Executive Director, Ohio Chapter
Phone: 513-451-7117
Fax: 513-451-1778