Orthopaedic Advocacy Week

Amplify with Social Media

After AAOS members sent letters to their congressional representatives through the Advocacy Action Center, they amplified the message on social media using #OrthoAdvocacyinAction. You can still click the issue buttons below to easily download AAOS-branded graphics and sample social media posts for capturing the attention of lawmakers and building support for key legislation. Also be sure to tag your congressional representatives and engage with your peers' social media posts for added reach and visibility.

Prior Authorization

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Telemedicine

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Physician Mental Health

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More on Social Media

Social media offers a more public way for AAOS members to amplify healthcare policy issues, engage with lawmakers, and build awareness for the power of advocacy among their peers. In fact, many congressional offices closely monitor these platforms for constituent concerns and association campaigns such as Orthopaedic Advocacy Week. You can use the hashtag #OrthoAdvocacyinAction all year-long to post about critical issues and elevate conversations on advancing access to quality musculoskeletal care.

Also, be sure to follow the AAOS on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram for more news and updates.