@LetMyDrPractice – SummitAtTheSummit.com, July 20-26, 2015

A special message from Daniel Craviotto, MD:

Dear Physician Colleague,

summitWe want to thank you for your support of Let My Doctor Practice and the Summit at the Summit Conference! We have some exciting news to share about the event.

We’ve reached 20% of our funding goal! The movement to Let My Doctor Practice is gaining momentum, and organizations and individuals are signing on to help restore doctors’ autonomy. If you haven’t signed up for the webcast or in-person event, click here.

We’re pleased to announce our partnership with Merritt Hawkins, a leader in providing important physician data to the industry. Merritt Hawkins will be surveying doctors during the webcast on ideas for actionable solutions to the issues impacting our ability to practice medicine.

See below for more Let My Doctor Practice news.

Daniel Craviotto, MD
President, UPSA

At the Core
aboutLearn who we are, what we hope to achieve, and the “Doctor’s Declaration of Independence” that inspired us to set this movement in motion.


Conference and Interactive Webcast
yellowWe welcome the CEO of The Physicians Foundation, Tim Norbeck, as a speaker to the Summit at the Summit Conference and Interactive Webcast: A National Grand Rounds on the State of American Medicine July 20-26, 2015, in Keystone, CO. See speaker line-up here.

Spread the Word
getThe time to take action to restore our profession is now. Let My Doctor Practice represents you, so share this flyer with your medical society or organization.


Restore the Doctor’s Voice—With Your Voice
poll“Health insurers dictating care options over doctors’ recommendations” is currently trending as the issue most impacting doctors’ ability to practice medicine in our poll. Tell us the topics you most want to see represented at Summit at the Summit.


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