few of the reasons why every pathologist
should belong to the CAP
Thomas M. Sodeman, MD
Legislative and regulatory advocacy at the federal and state levels
via a sophisticated governmental and professional affairs operation
that takes the lead and does the majority of the legwork in advocating
Active partnerships with federal and private entities
addressing quality in medicine and in laboratories, such as the National
Quality Forum, American Medical Association, Department of Health and
Human Services Clinical Laboratory Improvement Advisory Committee,
and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Work with the Relative
Value Update Advisory Committee and other federal entities to advance
and ensure appropriate payment policies for pathologists in all settings.
State-of-the-art educational programs and services, ranging from
a four-day annual meeting featuring the biggest names in the field
to a rich menu of online continuing medical education options.
the only political action committee representing the profession.