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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.

Become a Social Media Ambassador

Active on social media? Want to get started? Join our Social Media Ambassador program and make an impact today!

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