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Lastly, many physicians have the ability to contribute money, time, policy expertise, etc., to political campaigns that are concerned with the same healthcare policy topics (Longest, 2016). I believe that all healthcare professionals, myself included, should become involved in the healthcare policy making process. I would personally like to become involved in healthcare policy by becoming a mental health advocate. In order to do so it is important that I be healthcare policy competent, in addition to the aforementioned ways healthcare professionals can become involved in the policymaking process, this can be done by keeping track of what is happening in healthcare politics by attending town hall meetings, becoming involved with local
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