The Washington State Medical Association (WSMA), Washington state officials, and the state’s health care community have joined the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in responding to an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Initially detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China in December 2019, COVID-19 is now spreading in Washington state and other U.S. locations.
WSMA has a dedicated COVID-19 resource page that features patient and professional resources: www.wsma.org/covid19.
The ACCME has compiled a list of educational resources about COVID-19 for physicians, all of which include CME credit. The education consists of online courses, video, or articles, and most of these resources are free: https://accme.org/coronavirus-resources.
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About the WRA
The Washington Rheumatology Alliance (WRA) is a physician-run advocacy group created to improve communication between Washington State rheumatologists, third party payers, and government officials. Our mission is to ensure patient access to appropriate therapies, and to provide education for other physician groups and patients about rheumatic diseases and their treatments.
We also set a very high premium on creating and adhering to comparative quality improvement standards, which have the potential to dramatically improve our understanding of optimum rheumatologic care.
The goals for WRA include advocacy for patient access, the dissemination of new information regarding therapeutic advances, improvement of patient care and education, and the fostering of new research.
Members receive newsletters and other electronic communications to keep them up to date on important issues that affect their practices and their patients. In addition, they have access to continuing education including webinars and our annual conference.
Become a member of the Washington Rheumatology Alliance!
Annual membership dues for physicians, health care providers as well as other rheumatology practice employees is $45 per year.
Contact our office: Phone: 206-956-3621 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org