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Yvonne Choong is the Vice President for the Center for Health Policy at the California Medical Association (CMA), which provides research and analysis on a broad range of health policy issues that affect physicians and patient care. Ms. Choong previously worked for the University of Southern California, School of Policy, Planning and Development, the Judicial Council of California, and the California Legislative Analyst's Office. Ms. Choong holds a BA from the University of California, Berkeley in economics and a Master's of Public Policy from the Harris School of Public Policy Studies at the University of Chicago.

Center for Health Policy

The Center for Health Policy provides research and analysis on a broad range of health policy issues that impact physicians and patient care. The Center performs a wide array of functions that are focused on CMA’s core mission of supporting physicians and ensuring that CMA’s advocacy positions are rooted in sound public policy and preserve the ability of physicians to care for their patients. Center Functions include Health Policy Research; Regulatory Advocacy; Council and Committee Management; and Physician Education.

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