AAPC is the nation’s largest association of medical coders, billers, auditors, regulatory compliance experts, and physician practice management with more than 121,000 members. Our certified members represent the highest of industry standards and are recognized by physicians and clinical professionals across the country for their expertise in administering the business side of medicine.
The American College of Phlebology is the premier association for physicians and allied health professionals dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of venous and lymphatic disease.
As the industry’s leading experts, the ACP seeks to improve the standards of medical practitioners, the quality of patient care, and the level of assistance practitioners can access. Health professionals can use the ACP as a forum to exchange medical knowledge, access one-on-one, group and online training, accredited continuing medical education (CME), or access resources to help with practice and patient management.
HBMA was formed in 1993 by a core group of individuals who had a vision of a forum, rich in resources, to guide their collective efforts towards a highly professional image within the medical community.” to instead read “HBMA is an association of the most professional and forward thinking members of the revenue cycle management industry, providing for its members broad-based educational services, developmental resources and a forum for process improvement related to medical revenue cycle.
MGMA is the leading association for medical practice executives and leaders. They provide the networking, education, advocacy, tools and resources to build strong practices that deliver the best possible patient care. MGMA strives to:
- Create strong, dynamic, successful practices that meet the needs of today’s patients.
- Identify the industry issues that will affect our members and their practices — both positively and negatively — and advocate for their success.
- Advance the profession of medical group management and deliver skilled leaders through its professional certification.
The Association works with its affiliates and industry corporate supporters, as well as 50 state chapters, to bring members crucial information and resources they need to be successful in a growing healthcare market.