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I run into this general sentiment frequently. I'm interested in the intersection between community health and health policy and have had several conversations with academic and community physicians about this intersection. I recognize that physicians have a lot of power in political circles, but also that they don't have much time for researching payment models and lobbying their local legislators. In a situation like this proposed change to a payment structure, there are a lot of moving parts that need to be on board for this become a reality. What are the best uses of a physician's time to achieve that goal?