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Welcome to the Next Generation of CMA



July 16, 2018

The California Medical Association (CMA) is proud to launch the next generation of our brand and website – powerful recruitment and engagement tools to keep CMA at the forefront of an ever-changing health care landscape. 

The website functionality, design and content strategy have been reimagined for easier, more intuitive navigation and loaded with a suite of digital tools that will help you get the most from your membership. Highlights of the new website include:

  • One Login: Simplified joint CMA/county login process so you don’t have to keep track of multiple usernames and passwords.
  • My CMA: Choose your preferences for custom content and personalized alerts.
  • Mobile Responsive Design: Optimized for mobile devices, so you can stay engaged from your phone or tablet.
  • Search: Returns more relevant results, making it easier for you to find what you need.
  • Grassroots Action Center: The new hub for all of CMA’s advocacy efforts.
  • Policymaking: Submit and comment on resolutions through CMA’s year-round policymaking process.
  • Discussion Forums: Easier and faster to connect with physician colleagues.
  • Legislative Tracker: The Legislative Hot List provides real-time updates on legislation impacting the practice of medicine.
  • Newsroom: In addition to press releases and breaking news, you can also join our Social Media Ambassador program or become a Media Surrogate.
  • Join CMA: Streamlined application process that is fully integrated with our membership database.

CMA's modernized brand and website sends a bold message to future physicians that we remain ready to embrace tomorrow’s challenges and opportunities. Much has changed since 1856, but our mission has remained constant: to promote the science and art of medicine, protect public health, and better the medical profession.

Join CMA Today!

CMA offers leadership opportunities, discounts, education and more! Explore why over 43,000 California physicians have joined CMA to advocate for patients, the medical profession and the future of health care.

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