Look at issues at a federal, state, or local level for which the ANA is advocating change or new policies.

Look at issues at a federal, state, or local level for which the ANA is advocating change or new policies.

Which one are you most eager to see enacted? Why does it interest you? How will passage of such legislation affect you or your patients?

 

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Look at issues at a federal, state, or local level for which the ANA is advocating change or new policies. Which one are you most eager to see enacted? Why does it interest you? How will passage of such legislation affect you or your patients?

Introduction

The American Native Association (ANA) is a non-profit organization that works to preserve and protect the rights of American Indians. They focus on issues at the federal, state and local levels. In this article, we’ll look at some of the advocacy efforts they’ve made in recent years—what they’ve advocated for and why they’re advocating it!

Federal

The ANA has been advocating for the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).

Passage of this legislation will help to ensure that all Americans have access to high-quality, affordable health care.

State-level

State-level issues are important because they can be a way to see how people live and think. They affect the lives of everyone, not just those in your own state or city.

State-level issues are also important because they can provide insight into larger-scale concerns, such as how well we’re doing at protecting our environment or providing healthcare for all Americans. For example, one state might enact legislation that increases air quality standards while another may pass legislation that reduces them—or both! These differences may be due to different opinions about what’s best for America as a whole; however, no matter which direction we go in (regulatory vs economic), both will affect our health directly or indirectly

Local-level

The ANA is committed to local issues. As a practitioner, you are likely to be most directly affected by the policies enacted at the state and national levels. And as a patient, you may have more direct access to local government representatives than others in your area. Thus, it’s important that you keep up with what’s happening at these levels—and take action when appropriate!

If there are policies or legislation that could affect your practice directly (such as federal legislation requiring insurers to cover mammograms for women over 50), then consider contacting your state representative or senator about them; if there is no action being taken on this issue within two years after being introduced in Congress, it might be time for another round of advocacy efforts from doctors like yourself who want their voices heard loud enough so that they know why these bills are needed but not yet passed into law (or repealed).

How you see the world at a local level can help you to see it in new ways.

How you see the world at a local level can help you to see it in new ways. The local level is where the action is, and it’s also where we live. It’s where we have the most influence and opportunities to make a difference—and this makes all the difference when it comes to making change happen!

Conclusion

In the end, it all comes down to what you want to see happen in your community. If you have an idea for something new, great! But remember that the best way to make change is through action and persistence. If you are just starting out on your professional journey or want some inspiration on how others have succeeded with their advocacy efforts, check out these resources:

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