Dr. Ted Mazer Prepares for Big Changes as CMA President-Elect
The health care landscape undoubtedly faces big changes under a new administration. Read an edited version of Dr. Mazer’s talk with the UT-San Diego about health policy and his new role as president-elect of the California Medical Association.
Read the U-T San Diego article: Dr. Ted Mazer becomes state leader amid changing health care landscape
Dr. Ted Mazer becomes state leader amid changing health care landscape
By Paul Sisson | December 11, 2016
Dr. Ted Mazer knew for some time that he would likely become president-elect of the California Medical Association this fall and then president a year later.
What he couldn’t foresee was the high potential for major changes in federal health-care policy that would affect California and other states. That possibility is indeed high as President-elect Donald Trump and the Republican-led Congress look to reshape the Affordable Care Act.
Original Post By: U-T San Diego