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National Advocacy Conference: 2023 Register

Feb. 13-15, 2023

Grand Hyatt Washington | Washington, D.C.

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Registration is now open.

View the full meeting agenda for the 2023 National Advocacy Conference. All speakers and times are subject to change. All times are in Eastern Standard time (EST).

To support Hill visits, the AMA has created an action kit which contains key facts on Medicare physician payment reform, scope of practice, and graduate medical education.

Michael Beschloss


Michael Beschloss, presidential historian and bestselling author

President’s Lecture

Kicking off this year’s conference is Michael Beschloss, an award-winning historian, scholar of leadership and bestselling author of ten books—most recently the acclaimed New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller Presidents of War.



April Ryan

April Ryan, White House reporter and political analyst

Inside the Beltway

April Ryan, a White House correspondent has a unique vantage point as the only black female reporter covering urban issues from the White House—a position she has held since the Clinton era. Her position as a White House correspondent has afforded her unusual insight into the racial sensitivities, issues and attendant political struggles of our nation’s past presidents. April can be seen almost daily on CNN as a political analyst. She is also the Washington D.C. bureau chief on TheGrio


Bill Whitaker


Bill Whitaker, CBS News correspondent on 60 Minutes

AMA Awards Master of Ceremonies 

Bill Whitaker has covered major news stories domestically and across the globe for CBS News over four decades. He is the 2018 winner of the RTDNA's highest honor, the Paul White Award for career achievement. He was named a 60 Minutes correspondent in March 2014; the 2021-22 season is his eighth on the broadcast.


The National Advocacy Conference (NAC) gives attendees the opportunity to:

  • Connect with industry experts, political insiders and members of Congress about current federal efforts to improve health care.
  • Advocate on crucial health care issues affecting attendees and their patients.

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