2019 Stats : NMPMA Total Contributions - $11,910.00 NMPMA Participation: 54%
Thanks to NMPMA's 2019 Contributors
Lindsy Megan Allen John Anderson Leon Cohen
Michael Cohn David Deetz David Fisher
William Fitzpatrick Lyle Folsom Mark Haas
Zac Haas Tyler Hille Benjamin Hockin
Eve Hui Damir Jozic Nathan Ivey
Gerard Kerbleski Glenda King Sharon Kobos
Seth Launer Eric Lew Joshua Marshall
Sarah Mele Gary Nelson Stephanie Parks
Michael Pincus Gary Prant Tommy Roe
Robin Ross Faith Shapiro Troy Shepherd
Janet Simon Frank Spinosa Richard Stamm
Mark Tenny Darlo Vander Wilt Justin Ward
Jonathon Williamson Steve Wrege
The American Podiatric Medical Association Political Action Committee (APMAPAC) is a nonprofit, bipartisan fundraising committee through which podiatrists support federal candidates who champion podiatric medicine’s issues before the US Congress.
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PURPOSE: The American Podiatric Medical Association Political Action Committee’s purpose is to raise and disburse funds to candidates for Federal office that support the legislative priorities and goals of the podiatric medical profession.
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National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP) has released the update to Guiding Principles for the Care of People with or at Risk for Diabetes.
This resource provides a set of 10 clinically useful principles highlighting areas of agreement in diabetes care and prevention. APMA has signed on as one of the 20 professional organizations and federal agencies supporting the use of Guiding Principles.
In Guiding Principles, NDEP has not created new guidelines, but rather clarified where there is general agreement across a wide range of existing guidelines. These principles represent a set of sound practices that clinicians can rely on to improve care for their patients with diabetes.