We believe strong advocacy is vital to improving the future of health care for Hoosiers. As up and coming leaders of health care on the front lines of medicine, residents and fellows have a unique perspective on patient care, physician well-being and our health system in general.
Translating residents’ and fellows’ insights into improvements in policy is essential to ensuring a better future for health care. With the rapid changes occurring in health care, it is imperative that our physicians in training become involved in the advocacy process. This will ensure that Indiana remains a favorable state for practicing medicine and that Hoosiers have access to quality physician-led care. We hope you share our goals and will help us in developing the next generation of physician leaders and advocates!
Get involved: Become an ISMA-RFS member >>
ANNOUNCING A NEW POSITION!
ISMA-RFS is seeking a representative from every residency program in every specialty in Indiana to serve as a Resident Program Liaison
. The goal is to build a community of advocates to demonstrate that our voices regarding Hoosier medical matters are important, valued and acted upon.
Liaisons will spend roughly two hours a month sharing ISMA information with their program members, directors and coordinators. They’ll also share colleagues’ insights on issues affecting patients and the practice of medicine with the ISMA.
Learn more and apply >>
See RFS benefits
including FLAT RATE employment contract reviews.
Here is the process to access ISMA’s “flat rate contract review service”:
ISMA Residents or Fellows who are ISMA members should contact ISMA directly by email
or call 317-261-2060 and we will provide information on the benefit.
Austin Marett, MD
Mohsin Mukhtar, MD
Lindsey Clark, MD
Dan Pfeifle, MD
Commission on Legislation Representative
Abigail Deal, MD
Caitlin Harmon, DO
Vice President of Membership
Zachary Britstone, MD
Vice President of Advocacy
Erica Swanson, MD
Vice President of Marketing and Social Media:
Stephanie Cortes, MD
Immediate Past President
Kate Anderson, MD