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AMA-OMSS Meetings & Events

The 2014 AMA-OMSS Annual Meeting will be held June 4-6 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. Meeting information will be posted to this page as it becomes available.

Meeting registration

Meeting registration will open March 23.

Hotel reservations

Subscribe to the OMSS email list to be notified when hotel reservation and other travel information becomes available.

Resolution submission

Resolutions may be submitted by individual OMSS Representatives or by state society medical staff sections. Resolutions, which should be composed using the resolution template, must be submitted to Keith Voogd (keith.voogd@ama-assn.org) no later than April 25.

Note: A state medical staff section that adjourns its meeting after or less than seven days before the 40-day deadline is permitted to submit resolutions up to 7 days after the close of its meeting. In any event, all resolutions must be submitted no later than 10 days before the AMA-OMSS meeting.

All resolutions submitted after the deadlines described above, but before 4:00 p.m. the day before the meeting begins, are considered “late” and require a 2/3 vote of the OMSS Assembly in order to be considered.

Education programs

The following education programs will be presented at the 2015 OMSS Annual Meeting:

  • Physicians leading for quality and safety
  • Medical staff governance: Challenges when integrating employed and independent physicians
  • Physician burnout: Approaches to developing a robust medical staff wellness program
  • Physician satisfaction and practice sustainability
  • Washington update

Subscribe to the OMSS email list to be notified when additional information about these programs becomes available.

Become an OMSS representative

Although all AMA members are invited to attend the OMSS meeting, only certified OMSS representatives are permitted to fully participate in the meeting (e.g., submit resolutions, make motions, vote).

OMSS representatives play a key role in the functioning of the Section. In addition to representing the interests and concerns of their medical staffs at biannual OMSS meetings, OMSS representatives serve as a two-way conduit for the transfer of vital information between the OMSS and medical staffs across the country. We hope that you will consider fully participating in the activities of the Section by becoming an OMSS representative today!

Contact the OMSS with any questions about becoming an OMSS representative.