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2015 - The 114th Congress Soon to Convene and What It Means for the Healthcare and O&P Communities
The 114th Congress is set to convene next week as new leadership takes over the helm in the U.S. Senate.

Impact of Mid-Term Elections and Wrap Up of 113th Congress
The mid-term elections will change the political dynamic in the 114th Congress, which begins in January, but before Republicans take over control of the U.S. Senate, the 113th Congress must wrap up its business before adjourning.

2014 Election Overview and Implications
In the mid-term elections of November 4, the Republican Party won control of the Senate and added members to its majority in the House. Republicans now control both houses of Congress for the first time since the 109th Congress during President George W. Bush's presidency.

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Mobility Saves Lives and Money

The Research Clearly Affirms that O&P Services Save Money for Payers and Helps Preserve or Regain Mobility for Patients. Learn more at mobilitysaves.org.
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2014 Legislative Webcast Archives

“NAAOP’s primary focus is the federal government and the policy making agenda in our nation’s capital, however there is a confluence of issues that are federal and state in nature and we must go forward making sure that no federal policy has negative influences on the state.”
Peter W. Thomas, General Counsel, NAAOP

“Our members are O&P professionals who care enough about their patient's well being to commit beyond their daily efforts in professional O&P patient care to become involved in promoting public policy that is in the interest of their patients.”
Paul Prusakowski, CPO, FAAOP

“I’d like to encourage folks in the O&P profession, those who practice, those who manufacture, those who want to be a part of a group that always puts the patient first, to consider joining NAAOP.”
George W. Breece, Executive Director, NAAOP