The California Medical Association (CMA) will be calling physician members starting in late April to understand the priorities and opinions of our membership.
“We do this every year to improve CMA member value and understand what our advocacy priorities should be,” said Mike Steenburgh, CMA vice president of membership, marketing and component relations. “We have found the feedback helpful for staying aligned with our physician members’ needs.”
Conducted by a third-party researcher, the phone survey is a random, representative sample of members and allows for anonymous responses.
Contact: CMA member service center, (800) 786-4262 or email@example.com.