2017 AASM Advocacy Toolkit
Why Should I Advocate?
Do you have an innovative idea that would help provide better care for your patients? Is political red-tape bogging down your ability to provide high-quality, patient-centered care? Are you simply interested in the fight against obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), insomnia, narcolepsy, and other sleep diseases? Being an advocate is as easy as making a phone call, sending an email or letter, scheduling a meeting, or making a donation to the AASM Political Action Committee.
AASM invites members to use our advocacy tools to make your voice heard!
The AASM Political Action Committee (PAC) is a key resource in the fight against sleep diseases and the social implications they cause. In 2017, the AASM will not only target advocacy and educational efforts that seek to aid the sleep medicine practice. This year the AASM will seek out action that will also aid in the impact that OSA, insomnia, narcolepsy, and other sleep diseases have on society as a whole.