5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. ET
Join STS surgeon leaders and the STS-PAC Board of Advisors on Thursday, May 20, for the second event in the STS-PAC Speaker Series.
US Senator John Boozman, OD (R-AR)—an optometrist who cofounded a clinic that has become a major provider of eye care to Northwest Arkansas—will talk about his work on health care policy and advocacy. He also will answer questions from STS members and be presented with the Society’s Legislator of the Year Award.
Sen. Boozman will be honored for helping cardiothoracic surgeons and their patients by championing efforts that halted Medicare reimbursement cuts, provided emergency COVID assistance, added Medicare-supported residency positions, and confronted the youth e-cigarette epidemic.
Alan M. Speir, MD
Chair, Council on Health Policy and Relationships
Member, STS-PAC Board of Advisors
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