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MedChi Legislative Council

MEDCHI Staff: Chip O'Neil 410-539-0872 ext. 6001.
Last Updated: August 5, 2019

Annapolis Office: 224 Main Street, Annapolis, MD 21401
Baltimore Office: 1211 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21201

The function of the Council on Legislation shall be to study and to make recommendations regarding policy on state legislation and regulations; to serve as a reference council through which legislative issues are channeled prior to decisions concerning MedChi legislative and regulatory policy; and to recommend changes to MedChi's House of Delegates to order to help achieve MedChi’s goals. There are three sub-committees that meet weekly during the legislative session, each headed by a vice-chair. The sub-committees are: Boards & Commissions, Health Insurance, and Public Health. 

To visit the Legislative Center, please click here.

Materials for MedChi Legislative Council Meetings

The bills that are featured in the documents below were introduced in the Maryland State Legislature in 2019, then discussed during MedChi Legislative Council meetings. 

Click below to view the most recent Legislative Council Meeting Agenda and Legislative Newsletter.

  1. All Bills From Legislative Session 2019
  2. Bills related to MedChi's Boards and Commissions Sub-Committee
  3. Bills related to MedChi's Health Insurance Sub-Committee
  4. Bills related to MedChi's Public Health Sub-Committee
  5. Bills related to MedChi's FYI Folder

2019 Agendas

2019 Newsletters

2019 Sub-Committee Call Information (Every Sunday of Session, Unless otherwise stated.)
To join the call please dial 410-539 - 0872, followed by the extension for your committee.

If you are interested in joining a Sub-Committee, please contact Chip O'Neil with your Sub-Committee of interest.

Additional Resources

Below you will find the current legislative issues of importance to MedChi members.  Go to the Legislative Action Center to sign up for up-to-the-minute e-mail alerts, find and contact your legislators, write a letter to the media, or find biographical information on your legislators.