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  • Physician Care Matters: MMA Legislative Positions 2018

    Health care continues to be one of the top topics being discussed at both the state and national levels. As the 2018 elections unfold, any solutions presented and aimed to control health care costs, improve access, increase transparency, or reform the current health care delivery system will impact the way physicians practice medicine and deliver care to their patients. 

    We want to know what you are thinking. Please complete this survey and share your opinions. As the voice for Montana physicians, the MMA will be active in the 2019 Legislative session protecting your interests and working to ensure good health care decisions are made. Help us to represent you well.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Tips from Former Smokers® Campaign

    Tips From Former Smokers® features real people living with serious, long-term health problems caused by smoking or exposure to secondhand smoke.
    The body begins repairing itself immediately after quitting tobacco; blood pressure lowers within 20 minutes; the chance of a heart attack decreases after 24 hours; and risk of coronary heart disease cuts to half that of smokers after 1 year.

    Tobacco users are 7 to 10 times more likely to quit when they use the Montana Tobacco Quit Line than if they were to try quitting alone. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW to enroll today!

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