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On the Hill

onthehillPennsylvania’s General Assembly consists of 50 members of the State Senate and 203 members of the House of Representatives who meet regularly in Harrisburg to debate and consider proposed changes to the Commonwealth’s laws and regulations. The introduction of bills is robust with totals, typically reaching several thousand during each two-year legislative session.

The PAMED advocacy team, along with our physician leaders, carefully reviews all legislation to determine whether its passage could impact the practice of medicine. The items listed below are broad topics under which legislation has been introduced and on which PAMED is actively engaged. PAMED’s involvement in legislative activities is not limited to these items alone.

For questions on legislation, please contact PAMED’s Government Relations staff.

You can also view our Policy Compendium by clicking here.

PAMED 2023 Legislative Preview

PAMED members are invited to listen in as Martin Raniowski, CEO & Executive Vice President, and David Thompson, Senior Director of Legislative Affairs, talk about PAMED's legislative priorities and Pennsylvania’s political landscape in 2023.

"We will have about 30 plus new members of the legislature for next year," said David Thompson, Senior Director of Government Affairs at PAMED. "We have our job cut out for us with respect to educating those individuals about who we are and what we do."

Current Issues

  • Venue Rule

  • Pharmacists Performing Immunizations

  • Prior Authorization

  • Scope of Practice

  • Physician Wellness




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