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AMA Member Benefits for Academic Physicians

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AMA is your ally at every professional stage. From online courses, to policy engagement opportunities, AMA supports your desire to expand your business and leadership expertise. Learn how we can help you make informed, confident decisions when you join the AMA and become part of the nation's most recognized physician organization.

Your academic institution can join AMA efforts via the AMA Academic Leadership Group Membership Program which:

  • Offers discounted group membership pricing with savings starting at 20%
  • Requires a minimum of 6 faculty physicians including the medical school dean
  • May add additional faculty members at any time at the appropriate dues discount level; the more physicians you sign up for the program, the greater your discount
  • Offers members under this group contract full membership benefits

Your AMA membership includes:

Leadership Roles

Professional Development

News, scientific publications and valuable content includes:

  • AMA MedEd Update e-newsletter.
  • Full Access to The JAMA Network® The JAMA Network comprises a variety of innovative tools that provide insights that matter most to medical research and practice. Enjoy your print subscription to JAMA®, the Journal of the American Medical Association and full access to The JAMA Network with free CME (valued at more than $250).
  • CME newsletters that feature the latest treatment guidelines and prescribing data for specific disease states.
  • CME opportunities available in a variety of formats through the AMA Education Center.
  • CPT Network® that includes resources and assistance to help you understand and properly use CPT® codes and conventions.

Resources Supporting Medical Education

Federal, State and Grassroots Advocacy

The AMA is aggressively involved in state and national advocacy efforts related to the most vital issues in medicine today—high priority issues for academic physicians in particular include:

  • Graduate medical education
  • Funding research and medical education
  • Workforce
  • Student debt
  • Improving the public health

Contact Information

Contact Ray Helm, director, Group Practices, at (312) 464-5920 or [email protected] for more information.

Use our contact form or call Member Relations at (800) 262-3211.

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