CMA urges Congress to focus on immediate patient needs and protecting the Affordable Care Act

CMA President Peter N. Bretan, MD, released the following statement in response to the Public Option announcement.

Revised budget proposal prioritizes health care; does not include full pay for audio-only telehealth

Governor Newsom released his revised state budget proposal. The $267.8 billion budget, includes $75.7 billion in surplus and $25 billion in new federal COVID-19 relief funding from the American Rescu...

CMA president issues statement on the governor’s revised budget proposal

On behalf of the nearly 50,000 physicians, residents and medical student members of the California Medical Association, we are encouraged by another state budget that prioritizes health care and expa...

USMLE Step 1 exam will transition to pass/fail outcomes on Jan. 26, 2022

FSMB and NBME have announced that the USMLE Step 1 score reporting will transition to pass/fail outcomes only for administrations on or after January 26, 2022

CMA encourages federal gov’t to support community providers as COVID-19 vaccinators

CMA is urging the Biden Administration to take actions to support increased participation by community providers, including independent and small physician practices, in the COVID vaccine network, su...

CMA president statement in response to continued threats against public health officers

CMA President Peter N. Bretan, Jr., M.D., issued the following statement in response to continued attacks on public health officers, including recent death threats against Phoung Luu, M.D., public he...

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