Elizabeth McNeil is the Vice President for Federal Government Relations at the California Medical Association overseeing all federal legislative and regulatory matters. She has been with the CMA for more than 25 years, and Elizabeth also served as the Vice President of the CMA Center for Medical Policy and Economic Services from 1997 to 2003.
Prior to moving to the Policy Center, Elizabeth was one of CMA’s state legislative advocates in Sacramento for six years. Before she joined CMA, she served as a legislative aide to two Members of Congress in Washington, D.C. (LinkedIn)
Center for Federal Government Relations
CMA is on the front lines, directly advocating the perspective of California’s practicing physicians before Congress and federal regulatory agencies. CMA is one of the largest state medical associations in the country, and our federal representatives are in key congressional leadership positions. This puts CMA in a unique position to effectively shape federal legislation that impacts physicians and their patients.