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AMDA In-The-States | The Why and How of Advocacy | June 2022

Daniel Haimowitz, MD, FACP, CMD, is a board-certified internist and geriatrician and has been in private practice in Levittown, PA, since 1986. Dr. Haimowitz is the medical director of several area nursing homes and assisted-living communities. He founded the Bucks County Long-Term Care Consortium and serves on the Bucks County Senior Task Force. He is also the medical adviser for the Bucks County Area Agency on Aging. A nationally recognized expert in long-term care and devoted advocate for older adults, he has participated in past White House Conferences on Aging, most recently in 2015. Dr. Haimowitz received the American Geriatrics Society Physician of the Year Award in 2001 and the William Dodd Founder’s Award for Distinguished Service from the American Medical Directors Association in 2009. He has served AMDA in many key roles over the years including as a member of the Board and on the public policy committee. He continuously assists AMDA in key initiatives and is very active in advocacy and public policy at the state and national levels.

Recording Date: June 23
Title: “The Why and How of Advocacy” 
Interviewee: Daniel Haimowitz, MD, FACP, CMD
State: Pennsylvania
Affiliation: PMDA

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