We are well positioned to address the threats and the opportunities to EM. The leadership of the College—both physician and ACEP staff—is strong and well-informed. The working relationships with Committees and Sections and Task Forces are constructive, utilizing the immense talent we have within the College. The Council leadership and the members of the Council have consistently shown their dedication to defining the important work we do. Our leaders have influence not only in the College but within their groups, within other specialty societies, and with leaders in the health systems. At the turn of our 50th year, we should recognize the tremendous growth and influence we have had not only in EM but in the entire healthcare system at a national level. Honoring that growth, we also remain vigilant, building our practice and our leaders for the next 50 years.
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With regard to state legislative activity regulating the opioid prescribing practices of emergency physicians, which of the following wouId you support? Check all that apply.
Polls results not statistically significant.
- Restrictions on duration (36%, 229 Votes)
- Restrictions of quantity (34%, 219 Votes)
- Mandatory checking of prescription drug monitoring systems for all opioid prescriptions from the ED (30%, 194 Votes)
Total Voters: 367