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Preserving Physician Autonomy 'Job One,' Says PAMED's New Executive VP

One of the biggest challenges facing Pennsylvania physicians is keeping their clinical autonomy. Preserving physicians' ability to treat patients as they see fit is "Job One" of the Pennsylvania Medical Society (PAMED), said Martin Raniowski after he was named PAMED's new Executive Vice President in January 2017.

Mr. Raniowski's background in state government, academia, client-based researched, and association management gives him unique insights into how PAMED can advocate on behalf of physicians and patients.

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Hear from Mr. Raniowski in the video below.


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