1. Pierce County Medical Society President Dr. Brian Mulhall, Treasurer Dr. Aaron Pace, and Executive Director Bruce Ehrle met with United States Representative Dave Reichert on June 1, 2016 to advocate for physician and PA members of the Society. 

  2. On a pleasant summer evening atop the Landmark Convention Center in Tacoma, members of the Pierce County Medical Society joined in a collegial opportunity on June 8 to taste wines suggested by Paul Gregutt, a contributing editor for Wine Enthusiast magazine, former columnist for the Seattle Times, and author of the authoritative book on Washingt

  3. Dr. Patrick Conway, Deputy Administrator and Chief Medical Officer of CMS, spoke to members of the Pierce County Medical Society on June 17, 2016 about transformation of the health care system on a PCMS Practice Success Forum webinar.

  4. The South Sound Military and Communities Partnership conducted the Inaugural Military and Civilian Health Care Provider Forum in Lakewood on October 26, 2016. 

  5. The Nominating Committee of the Pierce County Medical Society respectfully puts forth the following slate of candidates for positions due for election to the PCMS Board of Trustees:

    One year terms of office--2017:

  6. As part of its ongoing mission to promote the successful practice of medicine and the well-being of the public, on Tuesday, February 7 the Pierce County Medical Society convened the inaugural meeting of the PCMS Social Determinants of Health Workgroup.

  7. United States Representative Dave Reichert convened a meeting of his Healthcare Advisory Committee in Seattle on Tuesday, February 21 while he is home from the nation’s capital for the Presidents Day Recess.

  8. The Pierce County Medical Society and Pierce County Project Access are launching a joint long term effort to improve health literacy among the county's citizens across all demographics and patient populations.  Both organizations will be working with health care pr

  9. As PCMS Executive Director Bruce Ehrle continues to report back to his contacts in the nation’s capital in Congress, at HHS, and at CMS about one of the most important practice success and community engagement activities for the Society—improving population health in Pierce County that will lead to provider success in meeting new quality and pay

  10. On Monday, July 10, US Representative Dave Reichert reconvened his Healthcare Advisory Committee in Wenatchee to continue discussions about efforts in Congress to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.  Rep.