Lobby Day, April 15
CAFP’s annual All Member Advocacy Meeting (AMAM) is your chance to make change in health care policy! At the AMAM, you will hear from policy and political experts, get hands-on experience advocating for issues important to family medicine, network with advocacy-oriented colleagues, and meet with your legislators! From improving public health to increasing primary care payment, learn how YOU can be the change you want to see in the health care policy world.
AMAM 2024 will focus on utilizing a team-based approach to advance health equity. Primary care is a natural point of integration among clinical care, public health, behavioral health, and community-based services. Team-based care is a model of care delivery that can aid in reducing physicians’ administrative burdens while improving patients’ health outcomes through multidisciplinary care teams. This year’s AMAM will offer many of the sessions you’ve come to know and love, such as how to talk to your legislator. AMAM will also offer exciting new sessions you won’t want to miss including an insider’s view of campaigns and elections.
CME at AMAM: CME will be offered at AMAM. As we develop the sessions and schedule, please check back for more information on the available credits. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AMAM is one of CAFP’s most popular events. The 2024 All Member Advocacy Meeting will held at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento (1230 J Street, Sacramento) on Saturday and Sunday, April 13-14, 2024 with Lobby Day on Monday, April 15, 2024.
General Attendee - $125
Student & Resident - $75
We're pleased to offer CAFP members a financial assistance waiver to attend the 2024 AMAM on April 13-14th. In order for CAFP to assist with this request, please complete the request form. If your request is approved, you will receive a discount code for registration.
All local chapters receive a representative number of delegates and alternate delegates to AMAM. Delegates vote for new CAFP officers, and on changes to CAFP bylaws and dues. The deadline for finalizing delegations is February 12, 2024.
Are you a member of a chapter without current leadership or not sure how to get ahold of your local chapter leader? Email your interest to email@example.com and we will help coordinate with your district director.
AMAM Registration & Lunch
Sessions, Resolutions Hearing, & Elections
All Member Reception & Open House at CAFP HQ
Chapter Leaders Dinner & Sacramento Dine Arounds
AMAM Registration & Breakfast
Celebration Lunch - Convocation of Fellows, Installation of Officers, President's Address, & Hero of FM Award
Breakfast, Lobby Day Briefing, & Champion of FM Award
Lobby Day Group Photo at Capitol
Legislative Visits at the Capitol
FP-PAC Donor Lunch Reception
Legislative Visits at the Capitol
Elizabeth Landsberg is the Director of the Department of Healthcare Access and Information (HCAI). Previously she was a Deputy Director at the Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) overseeing the Help Center which assists consumers and providers with health care complaints. Before joining DMHC, Landsberg was an advocate for health care consumers in the nonprofit realm for more than 16 years. She was the Director of Policy Advocacy for the Western Center on Law & Poverty where she specialized in health care issues including health reform implementation, Medi-Cal, Covered California, and other issues affecting poor Californians. Earlier in her career, Landsberg was the Supervising Attorney for the Health Rights Hotline at Legal Services of Northern California. She was a Ruth Chance Law Fellow at Equal Rights Advocates and served as a law clerk to Federal District Court Judge Martha Vázquez.
Dr. Savoy oversees all AAFP activities related to medical education and continuing professional development, physician well-being, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. Her areas of focus include education and training of medical students and residents; student interest and choice of a career in the specialty of family medicine; expansion of graduate medical education in family medicine including federal policies that affect it; and development of continuing professional development opportunities, including CME.
Savoy also serves as the organization’s champion for physician well-being. The programming and resources related to physician well-being include Physicians Health First -- an AAFP initiative created to help family physicians address burnout and find ways to improve their well-being.
Our room block is currently SOLD OUT. However, you can still reserve a room with the Sheraton Grand as regular rates.
Sheraton Grand Sacramento
1230 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Conference attendees can self-park at a special rate of $30.00 or valet park for $40.00 per day. In and out privileges are available for overnight guests.
Sacramento Metropolitan Airport (SMF) is 12 miles from the Sheraton Grand. Transport is available via Uber, Lyft, taxi or the airport shuttle.