Plus, register for second town hall on March 25

This is what we do. 

As physicians, we face times of uncertainty and crisis head on. And as your medical society, we unite the house of medicine to solve problems, share resources, and inform government officials and state leaders.

I want to personally thank you for the work you are doing to help during this public health emergency. Also thank you to those members who were able to be a part of the COVID-19 virtual town hall yesterday evening. For those who were unable to attend, a recording of the town hall can be found here: cms.org/COVID-19 

Your seat at the table, your voice on issues affecting your profession -- is membership. If you are not a member, please take a moment to join. If you are a member, forward this to a non-member colleague. If you have questions about membership, please call (720) 858-6308.

There were several questions yesterday evening that, due to time constraints, we could not get to during the town hall. Rest assured, the staff of Colorado Medical Society, in partnership with our panelists, is hard at work developing a Q&A document that will be posted on the CMS COVID-19 website. It is our hope that this town hall, the Q&A document and our website will make the ever-changing stream of information easier to digest. 

It is clear to CMS by the demand and number of attendees that we need to hold additional events to provide answers through this crisis. Register here for our second virtual town hall on Wednesday, March 25, 6 - 7:30 p.m. MT. We will send more information on the agenda and panelists as soon as possible. Submit questions in advance by emailing membership@cms.org.

As I mentioned on the call, I encourage you to join the ongoing discussion and resources available through the Colorado Medical Society COVID-19 physician discussion board via the Basecamp platform. Request access here

Once again, thank you for your engagement, participation and all you are doing to heal Colorado’s patients. 

Sincerely, 

David Markenson, MD, MBA
President, Colorado Medical Society


Categories: Communications, ASAP, Resources, COVID