AMSN has Important Recommendations on Health Information Technology

On behalf of AMSN, President Robin Hertel, MSN, EdS, RN, CMSRN has written two comment letters to regulatory proposals from the federal...

CMSRN and CCCTM Credentials at Risk in Pennsylvania?

A bill introduced as HB 811 intends to expand pathways for persons convicted of crimes to reenter the workforce once they have paid their debts to society instead adds confusion...

AMSN Responds to Illinois Staffing Ratio Legislation

AMSN has responded by sending bill sponsor State Rep. Fred Crespo (D-44th District) a letter in opposition to the bill, HB 2604...

AMSN Submits Testimony Calling for Appropriations Decisions

On behalf of the 14,000 members of AMSN, President Robin Hertel, EdS, MSN, RN, CMSRN submits written testimony for the record to the House and Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor...

AMSN Recognizes 16 Nurses Elected to State and Federal Office

With so much counting on health in America, more nurses should consider public service including elective office, says AMSN President Robin Hertel, EdS, MSN, CMSRN.

Legislation Recognizes U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps

Some 120,000 women answered America's call in World War II to serve as members of the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps. AMSN supports legislation in the Senate and House of Representatives...

The Credit for Caring Act

Proposed legislation, called the Credit for Caring Act, would create a federal, nonrefundable tax credit of up to $3,000 for family caregivers who work while also financially helping their parents, spouses, children and adults with disabilities or other loved ones.

Recent News From the Nursing Community Coalition

Look in on current news regarding legislation supported by AMSN, who is a part of the Nursing Community Coalition.

Shared Principles

AMSN has signed on to Shared Principles - which build on the 2007 Patient-Centered Medical Home Joint Principles, include seven important attributes of advanced primary care...

Expand Access to Opioid Addiction Treatment

Take action! Urge your legislators to co-sponsor the Addiction Treatment Access Improvement Act and to support its consideration when the full House and Senate take up their respective opioid bills/packages.