ACEP works in Washington, DC to ensure that quality life-saving care is there when it’s needed.
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Make a difference by advocating for important legislation that impacts your specialty and your patients.
ACEP’s political action committee aims to be the largest physician specialty PAC for the 2008 election cycle.
ACEP works with its chapters to support local legislation favorable to emergency medicine.
ACEP Unveils 2009 Report CardThe grades have been tabulated, and the nation's emergency health care system has received its ranking with the release of the second "National Report Card on the State of Emergency Medicine."
The Report Card assesses the support each state and the District of Columbia provides for their emergency care system. It developed overall grades as well as specific grades in five critical categories.
See how your state ranks and join ACEP’s advocacy efforts by contacting your state and national legislators makers to alert them to the findings of the "National Report Card on the State of Emergency Medicine."