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ACP - Alaska Chapter Sponsored Resolutions

For details and text of the specific resolutions sponsored by the Alasaka chapter, please see the BOG Resolutions Web site

Submitted in 2006

15-S06
Developing Policy to Support Funding Cognitive and Case Management Services through Redistribution of Resources - Referred for Study

Submitted in 2005

25-S05
Ensuring Fair, Objective, Scientifically Sound Audits of Medicare Charges

16-S05
Encouraging a Shift in the Internal Medicine Education Paradigm for Those Choosing Careers in General Internal Medicine

13-S05
Increasing Physician Compensation for Cognitive Services

08-S05
Supporting Graduate Medical Education through Contributions from U.S. Healthcare Insurers’ Healthcare Premiums

Submitted in 2004

13-S04
A Proposed National Center for Patient Safety

06-S04
Recertification Strategy

09-F-04
Providing Key Contact Enrollment Option on Fellowship and Membership Applications

08-F-04
Governor, Officer, and Regent Participation in Annual Session Booths

Submitted in 2003

15-S03
Disclosure of Food Allergens by Restaurants

5-S03
Master Selection Process

4-S03
Emeritus ABIM Certification

3-S03
Tracking the Recertification Process

1-S03
Year of the General Internist

27-F03
Establishment of a Political Action Committee

9-F03
ALCME as Model for Recertification Pathway

Submitted in 2002

11-S02
Development of ACP Products for PDA

8-S02
Physicians and the Healthcare Products Industry

5-S02<</b>br> Accountable, Literature-based Continuous Medical Education (ALCME)

4-S02
Declining the ABIM’s Proposed CPD Process

2-S02
Recertification Partnership with the ABIM

1-S02
Alternative Pathways for Recertification

Submitted in 2001

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Competence in Medical Procedures Requires Cognitive Skills

2-S01
Inclusion of Mission and Goals Statements in Meeting Agendas

8-F01
Continuation of National ACP Support for Governor's Newsletters

1-F01
Declining Public Health Infrastructure

Submitted in 1999

4-S99
Guidelines for Informing the Electorate