AMA Memebrship and Representation

Solidify the Influence of the ASN

Without A Unified Voice, We Have No Voice

2017 is a particularly critical year for the ACR to have at least 1,000 members of the AMA as we enter in to our five year review. We are currently short of this threshold.  Rheumatology cannot afford to be sidelined and lose our voice. We must protect our members and our subspecialty, and also our patients’ access to care.

The ACR must leverage its advocacy agenda by maintaining its seat at the American Medical Association’s (AMA’s) House of Delegates (HOD) – especially during a year when MACRA begins, lawmakers consider far-reaching health care reform efforts, and political uncertainty is the rule.

Without A Unified Voice, We Have No Voice

2017 is a particularly critical year for the ACR to have at least 1,000 members of the AMA as we enter in to our five year review. We are currently short of this threshold.  Rheumatology cannot afford to be sidelined and lose our voice. We must protect our members and our subspecialty, and also our patients’ access to care.

The ACR must leverage its advocacy agenda by maintaining its seat at the American Medical Association’s (AMA’s) House of Delegates (HOD) – especially during a year when MACRA begins, lawmakers consider far-reaching health care reform efforts, and political uncertainty is the rule.

Without A Unified Voice, We Have No Voice
2017 is a particularly critical year for the ASN to have at least 100 members of the AMA. We are currently short of this threshold.  Neuroimaging cannot afford to be sidelined and lose our voice. We must protect our members and our subspecialty, and also our patients’ access to care.

The ASN must leverage its advocacy agenda by maintaining its seat at the American Medical Association’s (AMA’s) House of Delegates (HOD) – especially during a year when MACRA begins, lawmakers consider far-reaching health care reform efforts, and political uncertainty is the rule.

Keeping Our Seat at the Table
Neuroimaging is a relatively small subspecialty, but the AMA is the country’s largest and most visible physician society. Because we have the ability to help guide the AMA’s direction through seats in its House of Delegates, the AMA actually provides neuroimaging with a megaphone to amplify our voice at both federal and state levels.

What You Can Do
Join or renew your membership in the AMA!!
This investment in the future of neuroimaging also comes with access to AMA member benefits and discounts that may save you more than the cost of your annual dues.

Important: The ASN needs members to specify the ASN as their specialty organization by “voting” for the organization when you join / renew. This confirms to the AMA that members want to be counted toward Neuroimaging’s seat at the table. Only by having as many members as possible can we speak with a powerful voice and protect our patients, practice, and specialty.

Keeping Our Seat at the Table

Rheumatology is a relatively small subspecialty, but the AMA is the country’s largest and most visible physician society. Because we have the ability to help guide the AMA’s direction through seats in its House of Delegates, the AMA actually provides rheumatology with a megaphone to amplify our voice at both federal and state levels.

Keeping Our Seat at the Table

Rheumatology is a relatively small subspecialty, but the AMA is the country’s largest and most visible physician society. Because we have the ability to help guide the AMA’s direction through seats in its House of Delegates, the AMA actually provides rheumatology with a megaphone to amplify our voice at both federal and state levels.

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