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Registration open for Doctor Day 2017

Building off record attendance at Doctor Day 2016, the Wisconsin Medical Society and its partners are hoping to draw at least 400 physicians to the State Capitol Wednesday, March 29, for Doctor Day 2017.

This annual advocacy event is timed well for physicians to be able to meet with their legislators and/or staff members, and to have input on the budget and other important health care issues. Participants will hear from Medicaid Director Michael Heifetz of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and others, then will take part in an issue briefing before heading to the Capitol. Lunch will be provided, and the day will conclude with a reception in downtown Madison. Click here for a tentative schedule and to register.

Last year’s Doctor Day drew over 350 attendees, representing more than 20 organizations. To make this year’s event the most successful ever, the Society is again partnering with several physician organizations and specialty societies.

For more information, visit the Doctor Day website or e-mail Heidi Green, the Society’s political action and legislative member liaison.

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