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CMEs, Fashion Show, Awards, Gala At AAPI’s 32nd Annual Convention in San Antonio, Texas
(San Antonio, TX: June 27th, 2014) Empowering women, cutting edge CMEs that offered insights into several healthcare and medical issues, focus on ways to actively participate in the nation’s legislative process, on ways to prevent diseases, while working with the government of India and voluntary agencies to effectively train physicians in India, fashion show, cultural programs, healthy living, honoring those who worked hard to make the convention a grand success, and networking and renewing of...
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“AAPI is strong. Our reputation, our credibility, our member engagement, our sponsor commitment & our financial status is stronger than ever,” Declares Dr. Jayesh Shah
Jun 17, 2014  “AAPI is strong. Our reputation, our credibility, our member engagement, our sponsor commitment & our financial status is stronger than ever,” Declares Dr. Jayesh Shah (Chicago, IL: June 17th, 2014) Healthcare has come to occupy center stage in recent times, especially after the launch of the Affordable Health Care Act enabling nearly Millions of Americans to buy or obtain health care coverage. Physicians play a central role in providing healthcare services to every individ...
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Harsh Vardhan, India’s Minister For Health To Lead Town Hall Meeting on AAPI-India Engagement During 32nd Annual Convention
Jun 09, 2014  Harsh Vardhan, India’s Minister For Health To Lead Town Hall Meeting on AAPI-India Engagement During 32nd Annual   Convention Will Review Accomplishments – Focus Forward “Enhancing Engagement Via Collaboration” (San Antonio, TX: June 9th, 2014) “Members of American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) both collectively and individually have been engaged in addressing the huge healthcare related needs of our motherland, India for several decades, by organizing,...
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11 Credit Hours of CME Offered to participants During 32nd Annual AAPI convention in San Antonio, TX
May 30, 2014 (San Antonio, TX: May 30th, 2014) The 32nd annual AAPI Convention in San Antonio, TX from June 25th through 29th, 2014, while providing physicians of Indian origin an opportunity to come together in an atmosphere of collegiality, it will enable them to retrace and appreciate their common roots, culture and the bond that unites them as members of this large professional community. Giving them a platform to celebrate their accomplishments, the annual convention to be attended by near...
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Symposium on Global Health Education & Physician Migration
May 19, 2014 Symposium on Global Health Education & Physician Migration To Be Part of AAPI’s 32nd Annual Convention in San Antonio, Texas (San Antonio, TX: May 19th, 2014) A billion people in 57 countries are said to be facing daily struggle to access basic healthcare due to shortage of healthcare professionals within each of these countries. Millions of children, women and men in some of these poorest nations die of diseases without ever having a chance to meet or being treated by a trai...
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Miss America Nina Davuluri To Lead Women's Forum Session & Be Fit Be Cool Walkathon During AAPI’s 32nd Annual Convention in San Antonio, Texas
May 05, 2014 (San Antonio, TX: May 5th, 2014) “Nina Davuluri, the first ever Indian American to be crowned Miss America will lead AAPI Women's Forum Session and the “Be Fit Be Cool’ Walkathon during the 32nd annual convention of AAPI,” announced Dr. Jayesh Shah president of American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI), the largest ethnic association of physicians in the United States, representing over 100, 000 physicians of Indian origin. Over 2,000 physicians and their fami...
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Two Dozen US Lawmakers Express Strong Support For AAPI’s Legislative Agenda During AAPI’s Legislative Day on Capitol Hill
Mar 29, 2014 Two Dozen US Lawmakers Express Strong Support For AAPI’s Legislative Agenda During AAPI’s Legislative Day on Capitol Hill (Washington, DC: March 28th, 2014) Physician Shortage, J-1 Visa Waiver Program, Immigration Reform, Permanent Fix to the Medicare SGR, Medical Liability Reform, Tuberculosis Prevention and Funding, and Support for the Nomination of Dr. Vivek H. Murthy as Surgeon General of the United States were part of the Legislative Agenda for 2014 discussed during the ...
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US Lawmakers Endorse AAPI’s Agenda on Need for Permanent Fix to Medicare Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) During AAPI’s Legislative Day on Capitol Hill
Mar 26, 2014 US Lawmakers Endorse AAPI’s Agenda on Need for Permanent Fix to Medicare Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) During AAPI’s Legislative Day on Capitol Hill Dr. S. Jaishankar, India’s Ambassador to US, in his keynote address, praises AAPI for contributions towards changing the healthcare delivery system in India (Washington, DC: March 26th, 2014) Healthcare continues to be at the center of the national debate, especially after the start of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act...
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Physician Shortage Is Estimated to Be Over 130,000 By 2015
Mar 13, 2014 Physician Shortage Is Estimated to Be Over 130,000 By 2015 AAPI To Advocate For More Residency Slots During Legislative Day on Capitol Hill (Chicago, IL: March 12th, 2014) With the beginning of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), health insurance coverage is expected to expand to an additional 34 million people in the United States. The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) projects that universal coverage will increase the use of physicians by 4%, while...
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 AAPI’s Annual Legislative Day and Reception on Capitol Hill on March 26th-27th
Mar 01, 2014 AAPI’s Annual Legislative Day and Reception on Capitol Hill on March 26th-27th To Be Addressed by Dozens of Key US Lawmakers Conference will discuss Medicare SGR, Immigration Reform, Combating Obesity, Implementation of Affordable Care and growing US-India Relations (Washington, DC: March 1st, 2014) Healthcare continues to be at the center of the national debate, especially after the start of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, which affects almost everyone in the co...
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