Resident Involvement in the Orthopaedic PAC

Why  should we donate and what can we do to improve involvement?
The Orthopaedic Political Action Committee (Orthopaedic  PAC), as AAOS President David D.  Teuscher, MD, explained in the June  2015 issue of AAOS Now, is a vital tool used to engage and support elected  leaders to promote those issues that are most important to us as orthopaedic  surgeons. The Orthopaedic PAC was formed in 1999 to help advance the  legislative agenda of AAOS and is now among the largest association PACs in the  United States. This is great news, but there is significant room to grow; just 31  percent of orthopaedic surgeons contributed to the Orthopaedic PAC in the 2014  cycle.

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