Strategies for physicians and staff to influence public policy for patients, practice and profession.
Monday, June 23, 2008
Question of the week
How do you respond when a politician says "No"? That is, you've made your pitch and your make the ask and you get sorry, I can't help. What do you say next? Send the exact words you would speak or write.
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