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ISMA policies will expire, unless you reintroduce them
e-Reports, June 15, 2015
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Ten years ago, the ISMA House of Delegates adopted resolutions that became policy. Now, 36 of those resolutions will sunset, unless you reintroduce them. They addressed issues like smoking cessation for Medicaid patients, pay-for-performance programs and patient rights.

The process is simple. Review all the 2005 resolutions here for issues you think should continue as ISMA policy. Then, submit your choice as a new resolution for the House of Delegates meeting Sept. 11-13.

All resolutions should be submitted to the ISMA by July 13.

Need help? Call the ISMA for assistance.

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